In 2010, Dr. Julio Montaner was the first recipient of the MSFHR Aubrey J. Tingle Prize for his work in improving health outcomes for people living with HIV/AIDS.
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In a candid interview, Dr. Sorensen reflects on his career as a clinician researcher, the mentors who helped him ask the big questions, and his advice to the next generation of health researchers.
Continue reading “Mentorship, Science, and Keeping a Balance: An interview with Aubrey J. Tingle Prize Winner Dr. Poul Sorensen”
Dr. Prior has spent her career studying women’s menstrual cycles. She reflects on her journey from fishing village to internationally recognized researcher, and the revolutionary act of listening to women.
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Internationally recognized Dr. Prior has spent her career studying women’s menstrual cycles, menopause, perimenopause and osteoporosis, with a direct impact on practice and care.
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A team of BC Cancer researchers, with funding support from MSFHR, have uncovered the tricks the deadliest ovarian cancer uses to escape the immune system.
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World-renowned expert in cancer genetics Dr. Huntsman was presented with the 2018 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize.
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MSFHR is delighted to name world-renowned expert in cancer genetics Dr. Huntsman the recipient of the 2018 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize.
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