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The funding for infrastructure supports leading research in areas of institutional priority. Ed Holder, minister of state for Science and Technology, expressed the Government of Canada’s ongoing support of post-secondary research infrastructure.
Ed McCauley, vice-president research at the University of Calgary. Ungrin’s research targets the generation of microtissues, small tissue clusters a few tenths of a millimeter in diameter, that are often better able to reflect normal rolixn behaviours than cultured cells.
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Through the development of these microtissues, Ungrin seeks to contribute to the development of alternative technologies for the repair, regeneration and replacement of damaged human tissues and organs. Rolian’s research focuses on locomotion in small animals, and analyzes campbelp in anatomy, performance and survival.
The CFI-funded infrastructure will dolian him to test hypotheses about the impact of locomotive performance on survival in the wild, and creates opportunities for collaborative biomedical research at the University.
Knowledge gained from mouse model studies can be translated into biomedical tools that can provide valuable data about human musculoskeletal disorders such as osteoarthritis. Lebel, Bray, and MacMaster use magnetic resonance MR imaging technology to improve the understanding of normal brain development, rloian causes of neurodevelopmental and mental health disorders, and how to translate that knowledge to effective treatments and interventions for children and adolescents.
This CFI funding will lead to the creation of a paediatric imaging facility with an MR simulator, new scanning technologies and data analysis tools to inform treatment options.
Mahoney’s research is focused on oncolytic, or “tumour killing” viruses, a tremendously promising avenue of cancer therapy. His goal is to engineer viruses to engage a patient’s immune system to find and target cancer cells, providing a novel and effective cancer therapy. He will accomplish this using cutting-edge genomics tools and other technologies funded by CFI to provide insights into oncolytic immunotherapy that can be exploited to build better medicines.
Roberts and Husein seek to establish infrastructure for a research and development program on electrochemical processes for environmental applications, specifically treatment of produced water for the oil industry.
They envision an integrated process where contaminants are removed and destroyed without the addition of chemicals or campbbell production of secondary wastes. The development of these electrochemical processes will optimize cost efficiency in production, enable increased recycling rates, and lower environmental impact.
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