UoGuelph receives $3.4M for health research

February 9, 2018

The University of Guelph has received $3.4M for health research projects on topics such as using circadian biology to treat heart attack patients, using cannabis to lessen nausea, and preventing hospital-acquired infections. “We are very thankful for this significant investment made by CIHR,” said UoGuelph Director of the Centre for Cardiovascular Investigations Tami Martino. “It will help us advance many of today’s pressing issues in cardiovascular health and design new treatments for patients with heart disease.” The funding comes from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. UoGuelph