B Burbridge, G Stoneham, S Wiebe, J Costa. Accreditation surplus program funding. Creation of, 'A Medical Imaging Solution for Teaching and Research (MISTR) in a Digital Imaging (PACS) Environment.' $195,000 over 5 years, effective July 1, 2008
S Wiebe. Univeristy of Saskatchewan Support Grant. September 2006. Amount: $5,000.00.
A Rosenberg, S Wiebe (co-investigator). CIHR, Biologically Based Outcome Predictors in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. August 2006 - July 2011. Amount: $127,091.00.
S Weibe. Summer Research Student, A Panu. July 2006. Amount: $4251.00.
Vanina Dal Bello-Haas, S Harder (co-investigator). Factors Associated with Falls and Near-Falls in Community Dwelling Older Adults with Early Stage Dementia. Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, June 2006 - July 2008. Amount: $109,978.00.
DA Leswick. Summer Research Student, N. Syed. Determining Bone Marrow Distribution with Specific Relevance to Projectional Radiography. July 2006. Amount: $4,252.00.
DA Leswick. Summer Research Student, C. Chavarria. Anywhere, Anytime, Radiology Education:Establishing an on-line resource for Medical Students. July 2006. Amount: $4,252.00.
B Burbridge B, Wiebe S, Stoneham G. – RUH Foundation. Donation to Foundation from SaskTel. Title: Development of a Provincial Strategy for Medical Imaging Teaching and Research in a PACS Environment. Date: July 1, 2005 – over 5 years. Amount: $250,000.00
S Wiebe. Royal University Hospital Foundation. Medical Radiation Dose Reduction in the Pediatric Population, February 2005. Amount: $4,200.00.
K Meguro, S Weibe (co-investigator). Royal University Hospital Foundation Research Grant. Synchrotron-based neurovascular research, February 2005. Amount: $25,000.00.
Burbridge B. College of Medicine, McLellan Grant. Development of a Digital Imaging Teaching File for the College of Medicine. August 2005 - May 2006. Amount - $15,000.00, closed.
Burbridge B, Stoneham G. Saskatchewan Health Quality Council, Innovation Award, July 2004. "Development of an MRI Prioritization Tool Using Qaly EQ-5D Criteria, $20,000.
Harder S. University of Saskatchewan, July 2004. Susceptibility Weighted Imaging and Normal Brain Mineralization. Amount: $6,000.00.
Harder S. Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, June 2004. Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in the Diagnosis and Prognosis of Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's Disease, $76,202.00.
Harder S. Clinical Teaching and Research Award, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, May 2004. Parkinson's Disease: Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in the Diagnosis and Prognosis of Cognitive Impairment, 15,000.00.
Harder S. Canadian Heads of Academic Radiology:Amersham Awards, February 2004. Normal mineralization of the deep gray matter with age using a new High-resolution susceptibility weighted MRI technique: a retrospective review, $6,000.00.
Morgan D, Harder S. Canadian Institutes of Health Research, April 2003. Gait Strategies to Improve the Care of Persons with Dementia in Rural and Remote areas, $1,248,063.00.
Bell C, Burbridge B. Royal University Hospital Foundation. "The digital readiness of imaging facilities in Saskatchewan." July 2002 - $1,000.00.
E. Kendall and R. Wilen, 2002-4. Analysis of flax cyanoglycosides using FTIR, $56,000.
J. Yager and E. Kendall, 2001. Neonatal seizures exacerbate ischemic injury. Scientific Research and Teaching Fund, College of Medicine. April 2001, $15,000.
E.J. Kendall A. Obenaus, 2001 Differentiation of neuronal cell populations following seizures. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council 2001-2005, $80,000.
E.J. Kendall. Equipment grant. University of Saskatchewan. 2000 - $12,000.
E.J. Kendall, J. Tuchek, R. Kaphoor. Validation of an avian model for non-invasive epilepsy research. Health Sciences Research and Utilization Commission 1997 $31,780.00; 1998-1999 - $34,495.
E.J. Kendall, (MRV Systems Inc.) Veterinary applications of MRI. Equipment. Western Economic Diversification 1998 - $550,000; 1999 - $150,000; 2000 - $50,000. closed This money has provided the University of Saskatchewan with two MRI systems, a 3Tesla 50cm bore animal research system (Medical Imaging Department) and a 0.23 Tesla open configuration clinical small animal imaging system (Veterinary Teaching Hospital).
B. Grahn, E.J. Kendall, and others. The movement of intravitreous metallic foreign bodies in the rabbit during magnetic resonance imaging. Earl Clifford Vincent Bequest, 1998 - $7,900.
G. Guttman, E.J. Kendall, R. Casey, R. Pierson, 1997. Improved characterization of fetal craniofacial abnormalities. The Children's Health Research Trust Fund, 1997 - $6,068.
E.J. Kendall, J. Loewy, Use of endorectal rf coils for visualization of ovarian masses. Royal University Hospital Foundation Research Fund, Equipment 1996 - $21,000.
E.J. Kendall, Q-space imaging. University of Saskatchewan Trust. 1996 - $7,500.00.
E.J. Kendall, Start-up funds. University of Saskatchewan. 1996 -$1,500.00.