Recent News

Vedolizumab - an effective treatment for CD and UC

An international clinical trial led by Dr. Brian Feagan of Western University has found that the investigational antibody vedolizumab is... Read More

Stephen Ferguson awarded Career Investigator Award

The Heart and Stroke Foundation has awarded Stephen Ferguson, a scientist with Robarts Research Institute, a 2013 Career Investigator Awa... Read More

Leaders in Innovation to feature actor Martin Sheen

The annual Leaders in Innovation Dinner celebrating research excellence at Western University’s Robarts Research Institute has gain... Read More

Dr. Aaron Fenster to be profiled by IOMP

Congratulations Dr. Aaron Fenster on being selected as one of 50 medical physicists being profiled by the International Organization for... Read More

Dr. Jane Rylett elected as a Fellow of the CAHS

Congratulations Dr. Jane Rylett on being elected as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS). CAHS provides tim... Read More

Dr. Salim Yusuf receives 2013 Taylor Prize

In the last decade, the cardiovascular death rate in Canada has declined by 40 per cent (Statistics Canada 2011) largely due to research... Read More

Heart and Stroke Foundation announces grants

The Heart and Stroke Foundation today announced grants to support research in the areas of cardiovascular... Read More

Robarts researchers win a Movember Discovery Grant

A Robarts scientist recognized for his mustache is benefitting from an annual event that sees thousands of men grow one.  Gregory De... Read More

Sean Cregan and Paula Foster receive CIHR grants

Congratulations to the successful recipients of operating grants from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). It was a highly... Read More

“Forrest Gump” mice show more isn't always better

A line of genetically modified mice that Robarts Research Institute scientists call “Forrest Gump” because, like the movie ch... Read More