The Dr. Thomas Dignan Indigenous Health Award recognizes MSFHR board member Dr. Nadine Caron for her role as an inspirational mentor to Indigenous women and girls.
MSFHR is providing $800K to support evaluation and research for the BC Integrated Youth Services Initiative.
New research led by MSFHR Scholar Clara van Karnebeek shows how genome-wide sequencing can inform targeted treatments for children with intellectual disabilities.
Published by the BC Ethics Harmonization Initiative (BCEHI), the report highlights outcomes of an eight-month pilot during which BCEHI partner organizations used new harmonized processes for reviewing minimal-risk studies involving human subjects.
MSFHR is planning to circulate to all consultation participants a summary of regional feedback that will highlight key themes and demonstrate how they are reflected in the final design of our new programs.
A summer speakers series, Scholars Go Public, will bring together journalists and researchers to discuss critical approaches on knowledge translation in the media.