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Research Capital and Infrastructure Projects

In support of research growth, the goal of Hamilton Health Sciences is to source and provide operating funds and direct research support; accommodate expansion by providing additional physical space and related infrastructure; and provide base funding for research administration support for new and existing research groups. The DBCVSRI is a six level building comprised of 200,000 square feet of research and office space.

The planning process and priority setting developed in the Strategic Plan (2006-2011) have resulted in significant foundational infrastructure investments as well as a substantial increase in research funding over the past few years.

Completed projects include:

  • Hamilton General Hospital Site

    Hamilton General Hospital Site

    In February 2010, The David Braley Cardiac, Vascular and Stroke Research Institute (DBCVSRI) opened to accommodate expansion and relocation of the PHRI and the TaARI.

    The DBCVSRI is a six level building comprised of 200,000 square feet of research and office space.

  • Juravinski Cancer Centre Site

    Juravinski Cancer Centre Site

    In June 2012, an additional 25,500 square feet were added onto the existing facility to accommodate expansion and relocation of the oncology, orthopedic, vascular biology and atherosclerosis research programs. This is now the home of the ECRI.