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Jodi Warman Chardon, MD, MSc, FRCPC (Neurology)
613-798-5555 ext. 16221

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Sabrynna Provost
613-798-5555 ext. 16221


The Ottawa Hospital’s future neuroscience institute ‘a game changer’ for ground-breaking treatment
March 22, 2023 - Merging cutting-edge research with frontline clinical treatments
Patient gets life-changing diagnosis thanks to Open Science
March 17, 2021 - When Jenna Keindel was 16 years old, she was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy – a diagnosis that would change the course of her life not once, but twice.
New neuromuscular network brings patients, scientists and clinicians together
February 14, 2020 - Genetic sequencing technology has dramatically increased our ability to diagnose rare neuromuscular diseases, opening the door to earlier and better treatment. A new national network called NMD4C (NeuroMuscular Disease for Canada) hopes to ...
Brain Health Awareness Week: October 15-19
October 10, 2018 - Researchers, clinicians, patients and members of the general public are invited to take part in Brain Health Awareness Week from October 5-19, hosted by the University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute, in collaboration with The Ottawa ...
The Ottawa Hospital opens one-of-a-kind neuromuscular research centre
May 1, 2018 - You can help!The Ottawa Hospital needs crucial equipment for neuromuscular research, including:An ultracentrifuge that separates cells into different components by spinning themat very high speed.This crucial piece of equipment can exert a force ...
Can tiny bits of cells in the blood help track the progress of spinal muscular atrophy?
April 11, 2018 - Dr. Robin Parks was awarded $150,000 from CureSMA to see if tiny bits of cells called exosomes can be used to track how spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) progresses and responds to treatment. SMA is the number one genetic cause of death in infants. Deb
Ottawa neuromuscular researchers show global leadership
September 27, 2017 - Neuromuscular researchers at The Ottawa Hospital, the University of Ottawa and CHEO shone on the global stage last weekend, during the 4th Ottawa International Conference on Neuromuscular Disease & Biology (Ottawa NMD 2017). The conference featured
Clinical trials closer to home for patients with neuromuscular diseases
July 28, 2016 - Dr. Jodi Warman Chardon (right) and Dr. Robin Parks are pleased that patients will have access to clinical trials in Ottawa once The Ottawa Hospital’s Neuromuscular Clinical Research Centre opens next year. Neurologist Dr. Jodi Warman Chardon