Ottawa Hospital Research Institute 2013–2014 Annual Report
Growth in funds received from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research since 2000
Rank in terms of total research revenuesamong all Canadian hospitals (2013, RE$EARCHInfosource)
Rank in research intensity (funding per researcher)among Top 5 Canadian research hospitals (2013, RE$EARCHInfosource)
Scientific papers published in 2013by researchers at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Rank for global impactof our scientific publications (2013, SCImago Institutional Rankings)
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National Emerging Research Networks awarded to The Ottawa Hospitalby the Canadian Institutes of Health Research in February 2014
Active patent families under management in 2013–2014by our Technology Transfer Office
Active external grants, contracts and salary awards
Active clinical research projectsThis includes all projects in which patients, health-care workers, students or volunteers have agreed to participate. This can include being interviewed, taking a survey, allowing biological samples to be analyzed, or testing new procedures, devices or drugs.
New clinical trials in 2013-2014
External research grants and contracts
Ratio of external research funding leveraged to every $1 donatedby the community through The Ottawa Hospital Foundation
Agencies and companies funding our research
Number of Research Programs
Rank of Dr. David Moher among the world's top biomedical researchers,making the list of the 400 most influential biomedical researchers in the world (out of a total of 15 million researchers identified) published by the European Journal of Clinical Investigation.
Officers of the Order of CanadaIn 2013, Dr. Michael Rudnicki was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada , bringing to four the number of our scientists who have been bestowed with this honour. The others are Drs. Michel Chrétien, Antoine Hakim and Ronald Worton.
Year Dr. Jeremy Grimshaw spearheaded first major grant for Cochrane CanadaThis grant consolidated Cochrane Canada, which started in 1993 as the Canadian Cochrane Collaboration. In December 2013, on behalf of Cochrane Canada and as its director, Dr. Grimshaw received the CIHR Knowledge Translation Award in recognition of its “outstanding contribution to the health of Canadians.” Cochrane Canada provides physicians and patients with the most up-to-date and credible source of information to guide their treatment choices.
InvestigatorsOur investigators are generally physicians, nurses, or other health-care professionals at The Ottawa Hospital who are engaged in research while remaining active in clinical practice.
TraineesOur trainees conduct much of the hands-on research and come up with many of the innovative ideas for new studies. Trainees include graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, undergraduates and summer students. Most students are from the University of Ottawa.
Research and Support StaffSupport staff members coordinate clinical trials, manage research programs and operate sophisticated laboratory equipment. They also take care of health and safety, commercialization, finance and other areas of administration.
Total of scientists, investigators, trainees, research and support staff
DNA replication machines
Square feet of dedicated basic and clinical research space
(and only one) Ottawa Methods Centre!We established the Ottawa Methods Centre to promote and facilitate methodological excellence. It is home to internationally recognized experts in clinical trial design, data management and statistics.
Operational clinical-grade cell and virus manufacturing laboratoriesThese manufacturing facilities produce biotherapeutics for use in human clinical trials, such as the ENACT-AMI trial.
Campuses at which we conduct our research
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