Tender Loving Research

Research breakthroughs at The Ottawa Hospital mean better care and life-saving medicine. Every day we look beyond the laboratory and see the results of what we do – lives saved, better care, suffering stopped. We relentlessly pursue answers to the world's most challenging health care problems and we do so with knowledge, experience and care. Our research is fuelled by a passion to create made-in-Ottawa solutions for a healthier world.

Let's give the world a little TLR.

On June 25, we celebrated Tender Loving Research at The Ottawa Hospital with the help of our Bell Media Partners.  Throughout the day, our research was featured through a series of radio and television interviews airing on CTV, CTV2 and CFRA. Click here for the interviews.

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New Hope for Patients with MS

Drs. Mark Freedman and Harry Atkins’ groundbreaking treatment has helped some patients with an aggressive form of multiple sclerosis (MS) go from imminent wheelchair use to walking. .

On the way to curing Parkinson’s Disease

Dr. Julianna Tomlinson and her colleagues have created the first laboratory model that combines three genetic risk factors for Parkinson’s disease and its complications.

How Research Is Revolutionizing Treatment For Parkinson’s Patients

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder after Alzheimer’s disease and affects almost 70,000 Canadians.

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Dr. John Bell

"Made-in-Ottawa cancer discoveries are already making a difference in the lives of cancer patients, and we are part of a worldwide effort to find safe and curative treatments. I believe we can bring this disease to its knees. Science holds the answer, and research funding is the key."

- Dr. John Bell

Senior Scientist, Cancer Therapeutics Program,
The Ottawa Hospital