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New resources to build connections between BC researchers and those affected by autism spectrum disorders have been released by the Pacific Autism Family Centre and its partners, including MSFHR.

MSFHR board member Dr. Nadine Caron was the first Indigenous woman to earn a medical degree at UBC and has since become Canada’s first female First Nations general surgeon.

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.

New research led by MSFHR Scholar Clara van Karnebeek shows how genome-wide sequencing can inform targeted treatments for children with intellectual disabilities.

A new report published by the BC Ethics Harmonization Initiative highlights outcomes of an eight-month pilot during which BCEHI partner organizations used new harmonized processes for reviewing minimal-risk studies involving human subjects.

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.

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.