Guidelines for both programs will be available on MSFHR’s website in early September, with applications set to open in early October.
The MSFHR C2 Awards build capacity for the development and use of research evidence in practice, policy and further research by promoting knowledge exchange between health researchers and research users.
The webinar will help administrators who are responsible for approving applications at BC host institutions understand the approval process and workflow in MSFHR ApplyNet.
Alzheimer's disease is irreversible and destroys brain cells, causing thinking ability and memory to deteriorate. It is not a normal part of aging.
Post-doctoral researchers planning to apply to MSFHR’s 2017 Health Policy Fellowship Program are now able to review the competition guidelines.
An independent and non-partisan panel of research leaders and innovators is seeking input from Canada's research community.