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Mount Sinai Hospital opening six newly built floors
Part of the Hospital’s multi-year capital redevelopment project
New March Break Internship Program Expands the Research Training Centre’s Youth Education Initiatives
Promising young scientists will learn from the Lunenfeld’s systems biology group
Image Dinner with Scientists
Dinner with Scientists
Dinner with Scientists scores new support for research at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Image Dinner with Scientists 2012
Mount Sinai Hospital to host international symposium on personalized medicine
Toronto researchers lead new study on effects of self-care home blood pressure telemonitoring using mobile technology
Mount Sinai’s Dr. Sandy Logan and colleagues first in Canada to show improved blood pressure control in diabetics, via smart phones
Image AGM 2012
iPad App Brings Neurology Learning to Park Benches, Streetcars
Leading the way in treating patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Mount Sinai Hospital’s Centre for Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Link between breastfeeding and childhood obesity discovered
Canada's largest NICU marks World Prematurity Day
Prestigious medical journal recommends new approach to treating drug-resistant bacteria, cites Mount Sinai Hospital’s successful program as a best practice
Top Canadian Chefs Join Celebrity Chef Guy Fieri to Raise Funds for Mount Sinai Hospital
The Annual Holiday Gingerbread House Event
Max and Beatrice Wolfe Children's Grief Program Hosts The Annual Holiday Gingerbread House Event
Max and Beatrice Wolfe Children’s Centre Hosts the Annual Holiday Gingerbread Decorating Party
Surprising discovery identifies new approach to suppress spread of cancer
Surprising discovery identifies new approach to suppress spread of cancer
Top 5 Tips to Avoid Frostbite
Minister Matthews visits Mount Sinai Hospital to highlight expertise in caring for seniors
Deconstructing Breast Cancer
Dr. Goodwin is leading the largest clinical trial worldwide to explore metformin’s potential to reduce recurrence and improve survival rates in women with early-stage breast cancer.
Pioneering Robotics Research
Dr. Wrana is at the top of his field, committed to translating medical research into more sophisticated and personalized therapies for cancer.
Innovation in Complex Reconstructive Surgery
Mount Sinai is Canada’s referral centre for complex hip and knee reconstruction cases and is considered a power hub of world-renowned experts in the field.
Understanding the Role of Gender in Cardiac Care
Dr. Mak’s transformational research is aimed at impacting the lives of 35,000 women admitted to hospital for heart attacks in Canada each year.
Transforming Life for Diabetes Patients
Dr. Zinman has had an incredibly prolific collaboration with Dr. Drucker on a series of research investigations and innovations that have led to enhanced treatments, improved health and better quality of life for millions of people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Beating the Odds on Male Infertility
The Murray Koffler Centre for Urologic Wellness has over 12,000 patient visits each year from all over Canada and many parts of the world.
Uncovering the Complexities of Sarcoma
Mount Sinai’s sarcoma program is the largest specialty unit of its kind in Canada, with the highest patient volume and most complex cases. This world-renowned centre has an astonishing cure rate of 75 per cent.
Rescue of 6 year old boy by 2 Mount Sinai docs on Mt. Kilimanjaro garners media attention
Dr. Shoo Lee Receives Prestigious International Award
Music as Medicine? Sinai Study on the Healing Power of Music
New, One-of-a-Kind Clinic Cares for Moms with Postpartum Disorders
Dr. Crystal Chan Impacts our Next Generation of Philanthropy and Health Care
News release: Mount Sinai researchers’ discovery has potential to impact treatments of kidney disease
Mount Sinai’s clinical excellence in improving outcomes for colorectal surgery patients recognized by CAHO
Exploring the link between poetry and healing through a Poet-in-Residence
File Antimicrobial stewardship programs: mandatory
Mount Sinai Hospital to open the largest IBD research unit in Canada