News

32 BC researchers, including 16 current or former MSFHR award recipients, were announced as Canada Research Chairs on February 9.

A researcher and family caregiver responds to the recent issue of Spark with her perspective on the notion of aging in place and the challenges facing caregivers.

The award recipients will be celebrated at a special event on March 30.

MSFHR Scholar Wendy Norman is the 2015 recipient of the Darroch Award for Excellence in Sexual and Reproductive Health Research

Dr. Wendy Norman is the 2015 recipient of the Darroch Award for Excellence in Sexual and Reproductive Health Research

The number of children you have may influence how your body ages, according to a new MSFHR-supported study.

Having more children may help protect a woman's telomeres from shortening, which can slow the rate of cellular aging.

Connections is MSFHR's monthly newsletter

In this issue: Review process evolving to support new programs; Aubrey J. Tingle Prize through the years; "Blue sky" meeting on collaborative autism research; Partnership advances Alzheimer's research; BC SUPPORT Unit looks ahead to 2016 activities