Sunnybrook’s Brain Sciences Program brings together diverse experts to tackle some of society’s most urgent illnesses: dementia, stroke and mood disorders
A genomic revolution is coming, in which our DNA will be unlocked to reveal what health issues are programmed within us all, providing the keys to personalized treatments.
New research from Sunnybrook reveals physical activity’s power to improve symptoms of bipolar disorder and OCD
Sunnybrook physicians are about to test a pioneering technique to get anti-cancer drugs through the blood-brain barrier
Bedros Kashkarian is happy to be alive, and he credits Sunnybrook neurologist Dr. David Gladstone and his potentially life-saving stroke research for keeping him that way.
Jessica Ganas shares a special moment with her moments-old daughter Juliana, who was born via a skin-to-skin Caesarean section earlier this year.
The team at SCIL who create an array of prostheses aim to give patients new life after the trauma of physical loss
Sunnybrook has become the first hospital in the world to harness the power of light to treat spinal metastases
A pioneering program for orthopaedic residents measured by skills, not time
Sunnybrook ensured a serious burn patient got the right care at every stage − from acute care to rehab and back to the community
When pathologists examine tissue to look for signs of cancer, it’s an extraordinary meeting of art and science
Our staff photographer has been a veteran chronicler of life and times at Sunnybrook
Advances in medical imaging at Sunnybrook will dramatically improve outcomes for cancer, cardiac and many other patients
Sunnybrook is not only Ontario’s go-to centre for cochlear implants, its physicians are working on new ways to restore sound to people facing deafness
Diabetics with arterial disease in their lower legs are being given a new lease on life with an angioplasty technique previously used only on cardiac patients