On May 9, MSFHR and the BC SUPPORT Unit will host Health xChange, a PechaKucha event to share innovative approaches that have made community engaged research matter.
Dr. Jim Russell, recipient of the 2017 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize, reflects on 30 years in the fields of critical care and severe infection.
Nominations wanted for the first Research Leaders Forum, a group of distinguished health researchers able to guide MSFHR’s strategic direction and support the advancement of world-class research in BC.
Applications are now open for MSFHR's Reach Awards, a new program that will provide funding to support the dissemination and uptake of research evidence in areas that align with BC’s health system priorities.
MSFHR’s Valerie To and Zena Sharman discuss the latest developments in peer review and MSFHR’s commitment to meeting the highest scientific standards.
MSFHR's Dr. Les Grad reflects on the 2017 Future of Research Symposium, what he learned and how MSFHR is working to support early-career health researchers in BC.