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Introducing the new Providence Research brand identity

Through intense consultations this past year, we were able to not only define our priorities, but also crystalize how to capture and communicate our unique qualities. What emerged from those consultations is our collective desire to express more confidence. There was consensus that now is finally the right time to match our identity

Register for Hacking Pain: A Skunkworks Project

Hosted by Providence Research in partnership with St. Paul’s Foundation, this is a unique innovation event designed to tackle the challenges faced by patients and the community when dealing with pain. This event helps underscore a particular Providence tradition: putting people in the greatest need at the centre of our research priorities. Hacking Pain

It’s more than a building: it’s the future of medical research

This story originally appeared in Promise Magazine: Promise 2021 Right now, in a crumbling old building on Burrard Street, scientists at St. Paul’s Hospital are working to identify the genes associated with peanut allergy; cure sepsis (an infection that kills more people worldwide than cancer or heart disease); restore lung function in people with

In a league of their own

Story courtesy St. Paul's Foundation St. Paul’s Hospital is renowned for its compassionate care. But we’re also a research powerhouse. In this regular feature, we look at some of the most exciting made-at-St-Paul’s studies, breakthroughs, discoveries. There are many ways to define research excellence: funding, papers published, outcomes and impact. By every measure, researchers

The CSRC takes a giant leap forward

ON BEHALF OF FIONA DALTON, DR. DARRYL KNIGHT, DR. JEFF PIKE AND BRIAN SIMMERS​We have reached another major milestone for the new St. Paul's Hospital campus — the business plan for the Clinical Support and Research Centre (CSRC) has been approved by the provincial government.Next week we'll start the formal search for a Developer

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