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Foothills Medical Centre
Profile Name: Foothills Medical Centre
Profile Type: Clinical Research Site

Foothills Medical Centre (FMC) is the largest hospital in Alberta, Canada and is located in the City of Calgary. It is one of Canada's largest and most recognized medical facilities as well as one of the leading hospitals in Canada, providing advanced healthcare services to over two million people from Calgary, North Western United States, Southern Alberta, southeastern British Columbia and southern Saskatchewan.

Foothills Medical Centre is an accredited Level 1 trauma centre by the Trauma Association of Canada and is the largest regional trauma centre in Southern Alberta.In addition, FMC is accredited by Accreditation Canada for stroke rehabilitation.FMC works in conjunction with the nearby University of Calgary for the purposes of educating students as well as providing facilities for medical research.

Dr. Pierre Arsenault
Profile Name: Dr. Pierre Arsenault
Profile Type: Investigator

General practitionner specialized in pain. Interested in projects such as:

Chronic pain
Neuropathic pain

Experience in clinical trials:

Dr. Marcel Germain
Profile Name: Dr. Marcel Germain
Profile Type: Investigator

General practitionner specialized in dementia, Alzheimer's disease and MCI.

Clinical research experience:

Dr. Ginette Girard
Profile Name: Dr. Ginette Girard
Profile Type: Investigator

PI, General Practitionner.

Interested in projects such as:

Overactive bladder
Allergic Rhinitis
Smoking cessation

Experience in clinical research:

Dr. Lawrence Korngut
Profile Name: Dr. Lawrence Korngut
Profile Type: Investigator

Dr. Korngut is a neurologist and clinical neurophysiologist at the Calgary Neuromuscular Clinic and is the Director of the Calgary ALS and Motor Neuron Disease Clinic. His research includes phase II and III clinical trials of new therapies for neuromuscular conditions. 

He is the National Principal Investigator of the Canadian Neuromuscular Disease Registry that now includes 31 participating clinics and over the past two years has recruited over 2400 patients including over 1000 with ALS.

In 2012-13, Dr. Korngut led a team of registry leaders and disease experts in developing the Canadian Neurological Registry Best Practice Guidelines that are accompanied by an implementation toolkit. The project culminated in the formation of the Canadian Registry Network.

Dr. Korngut Chairs the Canadian Neuromuscular Diseases Network (CAN-NMD) funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Muscular Dystrophy Canada and consists of a nationwide collaboration of researchers, clinicians, and allied health professionals aiming to improve the lives of those affected by neuromuscular conditions through improving clinical care, research capacity and education.

Dr. Korngut is Chair of the Advisory Group and member Executive Committee of the Canadian Clinical Trial Coordination Centre. He is the Chair of the Medical and Scientific Advisory Committee and serves on the Board of Directors of Muscular Dystrophy Canada. He is a member of the Scientific and Medical Advisory Committee at ALS Canada. 

Dr. Korngut completed his undergraduate degree in Life Sciences at Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada), medical school and neurology residency at Western University (London, Canada), neuromuscular clinical and research fellowship and Masters of Science in Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada. 

Dr. Jonathan Wilson
Profile Name: Dr. Jonathan Wilson
Profile Type: Investigator
Humber River Hospital
Profile Name: Humber River Hospital
Profile Type: Clinical Research Site

Pharma company and NCIC/NCI trials

Dr. Irene Hramiak
Profile Name: Dr. Irene Hramiak
Profile Type: Investigator
Diabetes Clinical Trials Unit
Profile Name: Diabetes Clinical Trials Unit
Profile Type: Clinical Research Site

The DCTU has has continuous peer review funding from CDA, NIH and JDRF since inception for clinical trials in type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus. In addition, a large number of pharmacutical sposored clinical trials in therapies for type 1 and type 2 diabetes have been carried out.    The current focus is in cardiovascular trials for subjects with type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus.  We are part of the JDRF artifical pancreas project focusing on a closed loop system for subjects with type 1 diabetes.

The unit functions in concert with the out patient diabetes clinic that includes 9 endocrinologists.  Staffing includes an on site research manager, 11 research coordinatiors, 3 diabetes educators, 2 research assistants , and  part time dietitian and research accounting support.  Ancillary services that support our current studies include Opthalmology, Cardiology and Radiology.

The site is affiliated with Lawson Health Research Institute and Robarts Research.

Dr. Jerry Tan
Profile Name: Dr. Jerry Tan
Profile Type: Investigator
Windsor Clinical Research
Profile Name: Windsor Clinical Research
Profile Type: Clinical Research Site

Our site is a well established clinical research facility. We have over 15+ years of experience conducting a multitude of different studies. Our PI has traveled around the world for various conferences and meetings concerning a number of dermatological issues. We are always up for a new challenge and look forward to new and upcoming studies at any point in time.

Dr. Saibal Nandy
Profile Name: Dr. Saibal Nandy
Profile Type: Investigator