Dr. Joanie Sims-Gould’s research focuses on improving the health and well-being of older people and their families.
Dr. Sarah de Leeuw’s unconventional work to amplify arts-based health research, and train culturally safe health researchers in the north, has paid off.
Technology-enabled knowledge translation was once innovative, but is now embedded in the health research process.
The BC Rural and Remote Health Research Network continues at UBC as the Rural Health Services Research Network of BC.
Six-time award recipient of MSFHR funding, Dr. Kelli Stajduhar, has focused on putting the “care” back into palliative care and policy for people with complex, terminal illnesses.
The lessons learned in 2003 informed global virology and pandemic response, allowing for continued rapid response, genome sequencing and health research improvement against viruses.
New research led by Dr. Jason Andrade is improving health outcomes and quality of life in patients with an irregular heartbeat.
By investing in and supporting health research, we are continuing to support British Columbians through the pandemic and our province’s economic recovery.
We’re welcoming 63 awardees to the MSFHR community today.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Canada’s Michael Smith Genome Science Centre , we’re highlighting two-time Scholar award recipient Dr. Marco Marra.