2015 Retreat Highlights

2015 Retreat Highlights

Banff, AB March 19-20, 2015

12th Annual ACHORD RetreatMarch 19-20, 2015Banff, AB ACHORD hosts a research retreat each spring in the beautiful setting of Banff,…

Participants of Type 2 Diabetes Study

Participants of Type 2 Diabetes Study

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Making a difference...

Making a difference...

Dr. Jeff Johnson, Chair, ACHORD

ACHORD brings together researchers who are all working toward reducing the burden of diabetes for individuals and for society.

Research that's timely and relevant...

Research that's timely and relevant...

Jill Forsyth, Manager Chronic Disease Management Alberta Health Services, South Zone-East, Living Healthy Program

Research Trainees

Research Trainees

Darren Lau, Robin Lau & Saskia Vanderloo

Building capacity in diabetes health outcomes research

William Ghali, MD, MPH

William Ghali, MD, MPH

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Meet Our Investigators

Sumit Majumdar, MD, MPH

Sumit Majumdar, MD, MPH

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Meet Our Investigators

Doreen Rabi, MD, FRCPC, MS

Doreen Rabi, MD, FRCPC, MS

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Meet Our Investigators

Scot Simpson, PharmD

Scot Simpson, PharmD

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Meet Our Investigators

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About ACHORD

The Alliance for Canadian Health Outcomes Research in Diabetes (ACHORD) is an emerging team in diabetes research, in Canada and internationally. ACHORD Investigators and collaborators have been involved individually and in collaboration in various sectors of health research, namely the clinical, health services and population health sectors.

ACHORD is based at the University of Alberta, School of Public Health in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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WHAT'S NEW

  • Congratulations Danielle Thiel!

    Congratulations to Danielle Thiel on successfully completing her MSc final exam.  Fantastic work Danielle!

     
  • Success on CIHR eHIPP Competition!

    Congratulations to Dean Eurich, Jeff Johnson and Me2 Majumdar on their successful application to the CIHR eHIPP competition. The grant will fund further research on Dean's RADAR study which is also funded by The Lawson Foundation.  AIHS also contributed a portion of matching funds. For more on the eHIPP program, please click here.

     
  • Congratulations Jessica Beatty!

    Congratulations to Jessica Beatty who successfully completed her Master of Science oral exam.  Good work Jessica!

 

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