From a highly competitive pool of applications, 52 exceptional health researchers have been selected to receive 2017 Scholar and Research Trainee Awards.
New study from 2013 Research Trainee Dr. Kathrin Stoll suggests that education around pregnancy and childbirth could decrease unnecessary C-sections.
The HP-I Program was launched in 2017 to develop BC’s research talent and help decrease the gap between health research and its implementation.
Applications are now open for research teams wanting to apply to MSFHR's 2018 Convening & Collaborating (C2) competition.
16 teams of researchers and research users receive MSFHR’s first Reach awards to support the dissemination and uptake of research evidence.
MSFHR has announced 11 award recipients in the first Innovation to Commercialization (I2C) competition to help BC health researchers bridge the gap between discovery and practical application.
This month in Research Integrity and Peer Review, MSFHR's knowledge translation team highlight that reviewer training to assess KT in funding applications is long overdue.