Dr. Janice Leung, respirologist at St. Paul’s Hospital and recipient of an inaugural MSFHR Health Professional-Investigator Award, discusses her work on the long-term effects of living with HIV.

On May 9, MSFHR and the BC SUPPORT Unit hosted the first ever Health xChange, an evening of PechaKucha and networking. Here are just a few highlights from the speakers' presentations.

KT Encounters blog: UBC graduate student Natasha Kolida speaks about bridging the gap between researchers and those with lived experience.

Two exceptional health researchers will spend 12 months supporting evidence-informed policy-making in the fields of Indigenous health and opioid use disorder.

The 2017 Health Professional-Investigator review panel (biomedical and clinical research)

Rigorous peer review is the cornerstone of MSFHR funding programs, ensuring we support research that meets the highest scientific standards.

MSFHR to host 4th Fuse International Conference on Knowledge Exchange in Public Health in partnership with the BC Ministry of Health and the UK's Fuse Centre for Translational Research in Public Health.