How genomic research can impact families in real-time

GeneticsFebruary 12, 2020

During Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week, we can appreciate the extraordinary value that modern genomic sequencing can offer families

High-quality stem cells enable researchers to better study almost any disease

GeneticsDecember 5, 2019

Novel technique is blueprint to creating precision disease models

Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research celebrates fifth anniversary

Patient ZoneNovember 20, 2019

The promise of a record gift is coming to fruition

Education Fund has now supported 68 trainees with $1.4 million

Special AlertOctober 15, 2019

Announcing 11 winners of our 5th competition

Why we must screen early in life for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

GeneticsAugust 23, 2019

New study aims to change screening guidelines

Our 2019 Innovation Fund awards: 3D models of heart failure… stiffened hearts in diabetes…. saving infant lives

Special AlertJuly 16, 2019

Three bold projects target special challenges in HF

Deep assortment of education sessions now published online

Special AlertJune 5, 2019

Expert presentations from our annual symposia, and other special events

2019 Heart Failure Symposium attracts 380 attendees

Special AlertMay 6, 2019

Included first-ever special event for family doctors

Trans-Atlantic partnership seeks answers for cyanotic heart disease

GeneticsApril 12, 2019

New genetic insights and pipelines for discovery

Confronting one of the world’s greatest health challenges

Heart Failure CareApril 1, 2019

Collaborative Ted Rogers Centre has taken new aim at heart failure

Alberta researchers discover hidden culprit in heart failure

GeneticsJanuary 18, 2019

By suppressing the protein gelsolin, heart function is preserved.

Using genetics in a cardiology practice

GeneticsDecember 12, 2018

Watch video of our genetics workshop at CCC 2018

‘Why was I born this way?’

Patient ZoneNovember 29, 2018

A story of perseverance and a family mission to help others