The field of bioprinting holds great promise for human health. Health Research BC awardee, Dr. Stephanie Willerth’s innovative work in this area will ultimately improve health outcomes for people with neurological diseases.
Along with our partners, we are co-funding exceptional research talent who are giving hope to people living with neurological diseases and disorders.
JDRF Canada is proud to partner with Health Research BC and provide support to Dr. Tricia Tang through our HP-I award.
Continue reading “Dr. Tricia Tang receives funding award through a partnership with JDRF”
Dr. Shannon Dames is exploring how combining psychedelic medicines with talk therapy can profoundly improve mental health.
With funding from MSFHR and Plantiga, Dr. Christopher Napier is advancing AI-powered wearable technology to remotely monitor biomechanics.
Dr. Laura Cowen at the University of Victoria, is leading a team in developing a model that estimates rates of unreported COVID-19 cases.
MSFHR is partnering with Genome BC and Genome Canada to fund a new study exploring the use of pharmacogenomics to improve drug treatments for people with depression.
MSFHR and Mitacs have partnered to support joint applications so researchers can access both Mitacs and MSFHR funding with one application.
Eighteen 2019 Convening & Collaborating (C2) awards and eight 2019 Reach awards have been awarded to teams across BC.
Nine BC health researchers have been funded in MSFHR’s third Innovation to Commercialization (I2C) competition.
Continue reading “MSFHR funds nine BC health researchers moving innovations towards practical application”