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Eve Tsai, MD, PhD, FRCSC, CIP
613-798-5555 x 18922

Research Only:

Harleen Kaur, Research Associate

Jurafa Parvin, Clinical Research Assistant

Maitreya Patel, Clinical Research Assistant

Clinical, Office Administration for Medical Appointments:

Tiffany Blair

ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8152-349X


Men and women process pain signals differently
March 22, 2022 - A new study published in the journal BRAIN shows for the first time that neurons in the spinal cord process pain signals differently in women compared to men. The finding could lead to better and more personalized treatments for chronic pain, ...
Researchers at The Ottawa Hospital awarded three grants for high risk, high reward and interdisciplinary research
May 31, 2021 - The New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF) 2020 Exploration competition brings diverse disciplines together in pursuit of breakthrough ideas and high-reward outcomes.
Dr. Eve Tsai and Dr. Adam Sachs work in very different ways to improve the lives of people with spinal cord injury
December 11, 2020 - Research studies at The Ottawa Hospital offer promise and hope
Researchers bridge the gap between animal studies and new treatments for chronic pain
July 25, 2019 - Carleton University’s Dr. Mike Hildebrand and his partners, including Dr. Eve Tsai of The Ottawa Hospital and the University of Ottawa, are publishing new research into managing chronic pain. The lack of effective treatments has created a major ...
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 ...
Could stem cells repair the heart, fight infections, mend premature lungs, and heal the brain after stroke?
April 11, 2018 - Ottawa researchers closer to finding out, thanks to $999,900 from the Stem Cell Network Researchers from The Ottawa Hospital, CHEO and the University of Ottawa are bringing discoveries made in the lab closer to human trials and therapies, thanks
New chair in spinal cord research brings hope for more first steps
August 21, 2015 - Sam (right) and Uttra Bhargava welcomed Dr. Eve Tsai (centre) as the new Suruchi Bhargava Chair in Spinal Cord and Brain Regeneration Research, announced on Aug. 13. Suruchi Bhargava was hit by a drunk driver in 1989. The vibrant 23-year-old, an