Publications

Our Division members’ research is frequently accepted for inclusion in the most prestigious peer-reviewed scientific journals. Below you will find related faculty-led as well as collaborative team research publications.

Complete Publications List

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CONCLUSION: The built environment and social factors influence rates of child PCMVC. Opportunities to reduce child PCMVC exist through modifications to city design and road environments and implementing traffic safety interventions.
Due to resource restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, many pediatric patients are facing substantial delays for surgery, potentially resulting in additional distress for caregivers. We aimed to assess the experiences and psychosocial distress of parents during COVID-19 as they relate to the pandemic, waiting for surgery, and the combined effects of both events. The was a cross-sectional qualitative study. Parents with children who faced treatment delays during the initial wave of the...
We used a structured interview to explore approaches to comprehensive hemophilia and arthropathy care among 24 healthcare professionals (HCPs) from multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) in Canada and the UK. Represented MDTs typically comprise a hematologist, nurse, physiotherapist, and sometimes an orthopedic surgeon; pediatric (and some adult) MDTs also include a social worker/psychologist. HCPs emphasized the centrality of a team approach, facilitated through MDT meetings and involvement of all MDT...
CONCLUSION: This case highlights the utility of combining an antibiotic-carrying bone void filler and a toe fillet flap in a two-stage approach to salvage complex diabetic foot ulcers.
CONCLUSION: Our review provides an extensive list of the most historically significant spinal imaging articles, acknowledging the key contributions made to the advancement of this research area.
YAP protein is a critical regulator of mammalian embryonic development. By generating a near-infrared fusion YAP reporter mouse line, we have achieved high-resolution live imaging of YAP localization during mouse embryonic development. We have validated the reporter by demonstrating its predicted responses to blocking LATS kinase activity or blocking cell polarity. By time lapse imaging preimplantation embryos, we revealed a mitotic reset behaviour of YAP nuclear localization. We also...
CONCLUSION: This review summarizes a stepwise approach to the diagnosis of patients with DCM.