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Adaptive Platform Trial to Investigate VArious ThErapies in Carotid-Associated Stroke (ACTIVATE-CAS)- Pilot Phase

  • Grant Type

    Team grants

  • Area of research

    Injury

  • Disease Area

    Stroke

  • Competition

    Canadian Stroke Consortium-Brain Canada-Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada 2022 Stroke Clinical Research Catalyst Grants

  • Province

    Manitoba

  • Start Date

    2022

  • Total Grant Amount

    $100,000

Project Overview

Carotid disease accounts for 10% of ischemic strokes and has high rate of recurrence of up to 30%-50%(1, 2). There is lack of adequate updated data on its prevalence, recurrence rates and treatment options. This is especially true for newly identified disease mechanisms like carotid web and low grade stenosis(3,…

The TeleTaCAS Randomized Controlled Feasibility Trial

  • Grant Type

    Team grants

  • Area of research

    Injury

  • Disease Area

    Stroke

  • Competition

    Canadian Stroke Consortium-Brain Canada-Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada 2022 Stroke Clinical Research Catalyst Grants

  • Province

    Alberta

  • Start Date

    2023

  • Total Grant Amount

    $99,999

Project Overview

Stroke happens to 62,000 people each year in Canada.2 Although most people survive their stroke, the brain damage that occurs can lead to problems with movement, vision, communication, swallowing, mood and thinking. Members of our research team were involved in the development of a new treatment to help stroke survivors.…

STARGATE (Sweet spoT for cArdiac Rhythm monitorinG After sTrokE) Pilot Trial: A pilot-feasibility randomized controlled trial

  • Grant Type

    Team grants

  • Area of research

    Injury

  • Disease Area

    Stroke

  • Competition

    Canadian Stroke Consortium-Brain Canada-Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada 2022 Stroke Clinical Research Catalyst Grants

  • Province

    Ontario

  • Start Date

    2022

  • Total Grant Amount

    $100,000

Project Overview

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common heart rhythm disorder. Its name comes from the fibrillation (i.e. quivering) of the two upper chambers (atria) of the heart instead of a coordinated contraction, causing a rapid, irregular heart rate. This irregular contraction is ineffective, leading to the development clots in the…

Developing a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) based pH Mapping Tool for Clinical Stroke Assessment

  • Grant Type

    Team grants

  • Area of research

    Injury

  • Disease Area

    Stroke

  • Competition

    Canadian Stroke Consortium-Brain Canada-Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada 2022 Stroke Clinical Research Catalyst Grants

  • Province

    Alberta

  • Start Date

    2022

  • Total Grant Amount

    $100,000

Project Overview

Acute ischemic stroke represents the vast majority of strokes. The priority in mitigating the impact is getting to hospital quickly. Once at the hospital we use medical imaging to determine the type of stroke and type of treatment. Medical imaging provides many measurements of brain tissue for the assessment of…

Brain stimulation to promote functional motor recovery after chronic spinal cord injury

  • Grant Type

    Capacity building grants

  • Area of research

    Injury

  • Disease Area

    Other

  • Competition

    Turnbull-Tator Award in Spinal Cord Injury and Concussion Research

  • Province

    Québec

  • Start Date

    2025

  • Total Grant Amount

    $50,000

Project Overview

Contrary to popular belief, spinal cord injuries are rarely complete. The brain retains access to the spinal cord circuitry below the lesion, but this connection is often dormant. Recently, stimulation of brain circuits above the lesion has been shown to activate this dormant circuit and promote motor recovery after spinal…