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Immune suppressive cells are a vital part of wound healing, but new research by MSFHR Scholar Kevin Bennewith shows they also contribute to the development of metastatic tumours.

Immune suppressive cells are a vital part of wound healing, but new research by MSFHR Scholar Kevin Bennewith shows they also contribute to the development of metastatic tumours.

Connections is MSFHR's monthly newsletter

In this issue: MSFHR announces 2016 Scholar Award recipients; Learn how patients are reshaping health research in latest issue of Spark; Positive response to information forums on new funding programs; Unique network involves community in bipolar disease research

Our staff have been hosting forums for researchers, health care providers and other stakeholders around the province during the month of May as part of MSFHR’s plans to roll out an expanded suite of funding prog

The multidisciplinary network founded by MSFHR Scholar Erin Michalak is the only program in the world to apply a community-based participatory research (CBPR) approach to the study of bipolar disorder.

Fifteen exceptional BC-based investigators have been named recipients of Scholar Awards through the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research 2016 Scholar Program competition.

Fifteen exceptional BC-based investigators have been named recipients of Scholar Awards through MSFHR's 2016 Scholar Program competition.

In this issue of Spark, we attempt to demystify patient engagement by looking at some of the ways researchers, care providers, and even funding agencies are helping to put the patient voice to use for the benefit of all British Columbians.

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How the patient perspective is reshaping health

In this issue of Spark, we attempt to demystify patient engagement by looking at some of the ways researchers, care providers, and even funding agencies are helping to put the patient voice to use for the benefit of all British Columbians.