Nous sommes très fiers de nos bénéficiaires de subventions de recherche qui consacrent leur temps de manière désintéressée à mener des recherches médicales au profit des soins radiologiques pour les patients. Ces témoignages d’anciens bénéficiaires de subventions illustrent la valeur et l’impact de ce prix.

 

La FRC a financé les études de recherche suivantes depuis 2011 :

 

Learning Styles in Diagnostic Radiology: Informing Curriculum Changes & Mentorship
Menée par la Dre Linda Probyn en collaboration avec les Drs Karen Finlay et Nancy Fenton

 

Validation of Dual Energy Cardiac CT Perfusion Imaging in an Animal Model:  Correlation with Coronary Flow Reserve & Fractional Flow Reserve
Menée par le Dr John Mayo

Neuroradiological, Clinical and Genetic Characterization of New Forms of Hereditary Leukoencephalopathies
Menée par la Dre Donatella Tampieri en collaboration avec les Drs Bruce Pike, Bernard Brais, Maria del Pilar Cortes et Roberta La Piana

  • Article Identification and functional characterization of a novel MTFMT mutation associated with selective vulnerability of the visual pathway and a mild neurological phenotypepublié dans le journal Neurogenetics en avril 2017
  • Article 3T MRI study discloses high clinical and MRI intrafamilial variability in CADASIL due to a novel NOTCH3 mutationpublié dans le journal Clinical Neurosciences en dé 2018
  • Article Long-standing psychiatric features as the only clinical presentation in a patient with Vanishing White Matter diseasepublié dans le journal Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences en mai 2019
  • Article Adult hereditary white matter diseases with psychiatric presentation: clinical pointers and MRI algorithm to guide the diagnostic processpublié dans le journal Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences en mai 2021
  • Présentation orale Overlapping phenotypes between MS and genetic leukoencephalopathies: a systematic MR analysisRéunion Long Beach, California. 22-26 avril 2017
  • Présentation orale Unilateral leukoencephalopathy is frequently associated with Parry-Romberg Syndrome and linear scleroderma en coup de sabreASNR Meeting. Long Beach, California. 22-26 avril 2017
  • Présentation orale Overlapping phenotypes between MS and genetic leukoencephalopathies: Lessons from our collaborative ‘White Matter RoundsXchange Conference. CRCHUM, Université de Montréal, Qué 3. nov. 2017
  • Présentation orale Genetic leukoencephalopathies and their overlap with inflammatory demyelinating disorders: the challenge of identifying new entities. Xchange Conference. CRCHUM, Université de Montréal, Qué 16. nov. 2018
  • Présentation orale Adult genetic leukoencephalopathies: the challenge of identifying new entities. IRCCS C. Mondino Foundation Neurological Institute, Pavia, Italie. 9 janv. 2019.
  • Présentation orale Inherited white matter diseases in adult patients. Italian Research Day in the World, Italian Cultural Institute, Montréal, Qué 15 avr. 2019
  • Présentation orale Adult genetic leukoencephalopathies: the challenge of identifying new entities. United Leukodystrophy Foundation Scientific Symposium and Family Conference. Itasca, Illinois. 27-29 juin 2019
  • Présentation orale Hereditary white matter diseases: the usefulness of 3T MRI. MRI in the Thousand Islands. 1st Annual MRI Anatomy and Pathology Course. Kingston, Ontario. 4-5 oct. 2019
  • Présentation orale Overlap between genetic and acquired white matter diseases: lessons from the White Matter Rounds network. Neurology Grand Round, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO), Ottawa, Ontario. 22 nov. 2019
  • Présentation orale Genetic white matter disorders: the challenge of identifying new entities. Brain Imaging Center Scientific Retreat. Usine C, Montréal, Qué 10 déc. 2019.
  • Présentation orale Genetic MS mimickers. 2020 MS Xchange Conference. Université de Montréal, Qué 13 nov. 2020

A Double Blind, Randomized Controlled Trial Examining the Efficacy of the Use of Tissue Plasminogen Activator (tPA) in Intra-abdominal Collections in Children – a Prospective Study
Menée par la Dre Bairbre Connolly

A Day in the Life of MR in Canada – Profiling MR Appropriateness and Utilization in Canada
Menée par les Drs Paul Babyn et Sonia Vanderby en collaboration avec les Drs Martin Reed et Juan Nicolás Peña Sánchez, et Neil Kalra

  • Article Finding the Truth in Medical Imaging: Painting the Picture of Appropriateness for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Canadapublié dans le journal de la CAR en nov. 2015
  • Article Variations in Magnetic Resonance Imaging Provision and Processes Among Canadian Academic Centres publié dans le journal de la CAR en fé 2017
  • Article A Day in the life of MRI: The variety and appropriateness of exams being performed in Canada publié dans le journal de la CAR journal en mai 2018
  • Exposition éducative Understanding Magnetic Resonance Imaging Appropriateness in Canada: A Literature Review on Current Practices, Utilization, and Appropriateness. Association canadienne des radiologistes – 77ème congrès scientifique annuel. Montréal, Qué 24-27 avril 2014.
  • Présentation Poster A Picture of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Appropriateness in Canada: A Literature Review. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference. Toronto, Ontario. 14 mai 2014.
  • Présentation orale Magnetic Resonance Imaging Appropriateness in Canada: A Current Research Summary on Practices, Utilization, and Appropriateness. Quality in Medical Imaging Symposium – A Focus on Appropriateness. University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 16 oct. 2014.
  • Présentation orale Painting the Picture of Appropriateness for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Canada. Quality Improvement and Patient Safety in Medical Education Symposium. University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 23 nov. 2015.
  • Présentation Poster Quality Improvement and Appropriateness in Residency Education: A Novel Example. International Conference on Residency Education, Niagara Falls, Ontario. 1 er octobre 2016

MRI Appearance of Focal Liver Lesions with Gadofosveset Trisodium
Menée par le Dr. Laurent Milot

24 hour Infarct Volume on Non-contrast CT as a Predictor of Functional Outcome at 90 days
Menée par le Dr. Helin Bai

  • Présentation Poster 24 hour Infarct Volume on Non-contrast CT as a Predictor of Functional Outcome at 90 days. Bridging Discovery Research with Therapies Conference, Banff, Alberta. 27-31 août 2017.

Low Cost Nanoparticle Platform for Diagnosis and Treatment of Colorectal Liver Metastases
Menée par le Dr. David Liu en collaboration avec la Dre Alda Tam et Marites Melancon

Can we Improve Detection of Peritoneal Metastatic Disease? The Use of Virtual Monochromatic Reconstruction on Dual Energy CT Scans
Menée par la Dr. Kathryn Darras

Utilization of Pre-Operative Imaging for Colon Cancer: a Population-based Study
Menée par les Drs Matthew McInnes, Sulaiman Nanji, William Mackillop, Yingwei Peng, Shelly Wei, D Blair Macdonald, Nicola Schieda et Christopher Booth

Adaptive Personalized Predictive Risk Model for Medical Imaging Radiation Exposure
Menée par le Dr. David Koff

Teaching Safe Imaging: Development and Evaluation of an Online Imaging Appropriateness Course for Canadian Medical Students
Menée par les Drs Kathryn Darras, Savvas Nicolaou et Bruce B Forster

 

Designing an introductory to image guided invasive procedures workshop
Menée par les Drs Emeka Nzekwu, Vamshi Kotha, Morgan Willson et Alice Wang

  • Les résultats n’ont été présentés qu’aux grands tours organisés à l’Université de Calgary en raison des limites de consentement pour les sujets

Quantitative BOLD MRI as a non-invasive tool to unmask the role of glioma stem cells in patients with glioblastoma
Menée par le Dr Pejman Jabehdar Maralani

 

Machine Learning for Liver Imaging: Automating LI-RADS Categorization
Menée par les Drs. Christian van der Pol, David Koff, Kiret Dhindsa, Thomas Doyle,  Sandra Monteiro, Pablo Serrano et Brandon Meyers

Effect of polyphenol supplementation on hepatic steatosis, non-invasive vascular elastography and intima media thickness in obese adolescents

Menée par le Dr Ramy El Jalbout

 

BRAIN-REST: Brain MRI result forecast model

Menée par le Dr Matthias Wagner

 

Using AI to determine prevalence of pre- or asymptomatic COVID-19 in patients undergoing chest CT for a non COVID indication within Eastern Ontario – a collaborative multicenter observational study

Menée par le Dr Robert Lim

 

Using Virtual Reality as a Remote Educational Tool During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Menée par le Dr Yuhao Wu

 

Quantitative MR to distinguish genetic mimickers from multiple sclerosis

Menée par la Dr Roberta La Piana