Making a difference in type 1 diabetes; bench to bedside and back

University of Manitoba 66 Chancellors Cir, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

GUEST SPEAKERS: Dr. Korey Hood (Stanford University), Dr. Carmela Evans-Molina (Indiana University), Dr. Alice Long (Benaroya Research Institute, Washington), Dr. Jennifer Yamamoto (University of Manitoba), Dr. Jane Yardley (University of Alberta). Program Speaker biographiesPoster presentation scheduleSubmitted abstractsAbstract information 2022 Recording

DREAM Trainee Series: Nayara Rampazzo Morelli, PhD

John Buhler Research Centre 715 McDermot Ave, Winnipeg, MB, Canada

The next DREAM Trainee Series session will be presented by Nayara Rampazzo Morelli, PhD: “Increased nitro-oxidative toxicity in association with metabolic syndrome, atherogenicity and insulin resistance in patients with affective disorders” in 501E John Buhler Research Centre.

Gabfest: Dr. Jim Nagy

431 Basic Medical Sciences Building 745 Bannatyne Ave, Winnipeg, MB, Canada

The Department of Physiology and Pathophysiology are hosting a brand-new seminar series, "Gabfest", on Friday, January 26th, 2024 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Followed by a pizza lunch. RSVP here: RSVP: Gabfest Seminar and Pizza Lunch (

DREAM Trainee Series: Nicole Brunton & Dr. Jon McGavock

500 John Buhler Research Centre 715 McDermot Ave, Winnipeg, MB, Canada

Title: “Unveiling causation: triangulating evidence from multiple data sources” Nicole and Jon will provide an overview of causal methods and the role epidemiological triangulation in determining causes of disease with observational data. They will also present results from recent studies that triangulated data from multiple sources including administrative data from MCHP to infer causal mechanisms for pediatric chronic diseases.


DREAM is located on the 5th and 6th floor of the John Buhler Research Centre within the Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba.

John Buhler Research Centre
511- 715 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg, MB, R3E 3P4

Tel: 204-789-3591



We are a team of researchers from diverse backgrounds committed to addressing diabetes and its complications. We live and work on Treaty 1 Territory; the ancestral lands of the Anishinaabeg, Anishininewuk, Dakota Oyate, Denesuline and Nehethowuk (Ininew) Nations and the Homeland of the Red River Métis, only 2 km away from a previous residential school. We recognize the ongoing impacts of colonization on the health of Indigenous children and families (TRC#18), and are committed to working in partnership with community to close gaps in health outcomes (TRC#19), recognize the value of Indigenous healing practices (TRC#22) and support the training and hiring of Indigenous Peoples in research and healthcare settings (#23).  
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