Once again, Be The Cure is spreading the message about the importance and impact of health research, and encouraging the public to get involved. We’ve partnered up with Alberta Health Services, […]
NEW! Searchable Clinical Trials Database at the U of A We’re excited to announce the launch of a Clinical Trial database through the Be The Cure platform. This database allows people to search for […]
NACTRC’s Quarterly Research Report September edition contains tips on recruiting patients into research and much more. See what we’ve been up to this summer and what’s coming this fall. Download […]
What is the NACTRC Real World Evidence Unit? This research unit designs and performs pragmatic trials and research projects that harness the power of real-world health data. It works with a vast network of experts that includes today’s brightest clinicians, methodologists, analysts, health economists, and policy makers in a wide range of disciplines.
NACTRC’s Quarterly Research Report kicks off this month with exciting features on what we’ve been up to lately. This newsletter will provide valuable information to better enable and facilitate research, […]
This article appeared in the Edmonton Journal on April 6, 2017. More Albertans suffering from hepatitis C will receive treatment thanks to public funding for new therapies, says Stephen Shafran, a […]
Alberta is home to thousands of studies in medical areas like child health, cardiology, and gastroenterology. The Northern Alberta Clinical Trials and Research Centre, a joint venture between the University […]
Alberta researchers hope 5,000 seniors across the province can help them improve the health of those with chronic illnesses, such as diabetes and heart disease. Researchers are trying to determine if interventions such as providing free preventive medications and personalized educational programs will help seniors better follow the recommendations of their doctors.
The fight against cancer is a marathon, fought step by step, inch by inch. While breakthroughs may be rare, a new study from the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry is giving greater insight into the growth of cancer cells and bringing researchers one step closer to the finish line.
Lorne Babiuk has received the World Agriculture Prize for his achievements in developing vaccines that have saved lives and livelihoods worldwide. Babiuk devoted his career to safeguarding the health of animals and people worldwide, primarily through the development of vaccines. He consistently fulfilled the promise he showed very early on in his career as a virologist when he worked on rotavirus—a devastating disease that can be fatal for calves—and devised a new technique to grow the virus and then developed a vaccine to control it.