CIRTN-R2FIC

World-leading islet research and training in Canada

Recherche de renommée mondiale sur les îlots au Canada

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Mission

 

As a cross-Canada network bringing together a diverse group of scientists, CIRTN-R2FIC aims to provide a platform for:

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Accessible communication among islet researchers for the purposes of increasing collaboration and networking opportunities within the Canadian islet research community

Enhanced mentorship and professional development opportunities in islet biology for trainees and investigators at all levels

Promoting knowledge sharing and capacity building of islet research and training in Canada

Founding Institutions

ADI
BBDC
CR CHUM
BC DRN
The Children's Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba and Diabetes Research Envisioned and Accomplished in Manitoba
The Children's Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba and Diabetes Research Envisioned and Accomplished in Manitoba
ADI
BBDC
CR CHUM
BC DRN
The Children's Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba and Diabetes Research Envisioned and Accomplished in Manitoba
The Children's Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba and Diabetes Research Envisioned and Accomplished in Manitoba

CIRTN-R2FIC Member Labs

Trainee Highlights

Every month we feature three trainees, their projects, and their backgrounds.

CIRTN-R2FIC Publications

pancreas slices

Félicitations à la chercheuse de l'IRCM Jennifer Estall, responsable de l’Unité de recherche en mécanismes moléculaires du diabète, qui a reçu la toute première édition du prix Jeune chercheur du Département de médecine de l’Université de Montréal

I had the chance to chat with @nictitate for the latest episode of the @BCDiabResNet's From Beta Cells to Bicycles Podcast. Take a listen and learn more about his research programs! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/diabetes-from-beta-cells-to-bicycles/id1491807040

Islet transplants are an incredible treatment option for people living with diabetes. Dr Andrew Pepper and his team are working to refine the process to make it accessible to more patients.

We are getting closer and closer to a cure!

To donate to ADF, click the link in our bio.

@chrisadoucette Title change...

Next week (Thursday, June 17, noon) at @ircm_mtl Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases Seminar Series we will have the pleasure to host Dr. @chrisadoucette!

To register in advance for this webinar:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Vex4OKrURKW1uTDT4WGlxg

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Congratulations to IRCM researcher Jennifer Estall, Director of the Molecular Mechanisms of Diabetes Research Unit, who received the very first edition of the Young Researcher Award from the Department of Medicine at the Université de Montreal

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