After nearly five years at the Foundation, MSFHR's President & CEO Dr. Diane Finegood is leaiving to seek new opportunities in the health, research and innovation ecosystem.
While tuberculous, or TB, is often considered a disease of the past, the reality is that the bacterial infection still has an impact on segments of the population in BC, and more significantly, around the world.
Using a combination of computers and laboratory work, Simon Fraser University bioinformatics and genomics professor Dr. Fiona Brinkman has made advances in developing more holistic and sustainable approaches for identifying, tracking and controlling infectious and immunological disease.
A multi-disciplinary team approach has been the foundation for the success and advances made by PC-TRiADD in understanding the mechanisms of treatment-resistant prostate cancer.
15 years of remarkable impact
In this issue of Spark, we are proud to reflect on the achievements of the past 15 years. These stories illustrate MSFHR’s role in supporting a remarkable transformation of BC’s health research landscape.
Bev Holmes collaborates with researchers in Canada and the UK to publish a paper entitled Mobilising knowledge in complex health systems: a call to action in the peer-reviewed journal Evidence & Policy.