Exploration Fund spring 2019 recipients announced

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Congratulations to our research grant recipients

In December 2012, North York General Hospital launched the Exploration Fund, a competitive granting competition designed to provide initial funding for staff and physicians to develop new ideas for the delivery of care. Among the first of its kind in Canada, the Exploration Fund was seeded with a donation by Brad and Kathy Badeau, and their contribution has been augmented by the hospital, the North York General Foundation and the Sellors Family.

The Sellors Family Research Grant is a designated time-limited fund within the Exploration Fund, to support research in the areas of autoimmune disease, neurology, and quality of life. 

The spring 2019 fund recipients are:

Making connections: Developing an appreciation of indigenous health issues for family medicine residents using a virtual world café
Dr. Risa Bordman
Award: $7,200

The development of an NYGH database to predict the success of flow cytometry in the evaluation of lymph node and tissue specimens
Dr. Raheem Peerani
Award: $7,406   

Adequacy of antidepressant treatment for a new episode of depression among primary care patients with and without chronic medical conditions: a retrospective cohort study
Dr. Braden O’Neill
Award: $7,500   

Learn more about the Exploration Fund and past recipients.

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