In partnership with St. Paul’s Foundation, we have co-funded four researchers studying HIV transmission, substance use among vulnerable populations, and ways to combat the opioid overdose crisis.
2003 Scholar and 2017 I2C award recipient Dr. David Granville has identified an enzyme potentially responsible for skin blistering, and is developing an inhibitor to prevent and treat the condition.
MSFHR is pleased to name 17 exceptional BC-based health researchers as 2018 Scholar award recipients in areas ranging from youth mental health to optimal vaccine use and cancer metastasis.
A team of BC Cancer researchers, with funding support from MSFHR, have uncovered the tricks the deadliest ovarian cancer uses to escape the immune system.
On April 19, world-renowned expert in cancer genetics Dr. Huntsman will be presented with the 2018 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize.
MSFHR is delighted to name world-renowned expert in cancer genetics Dr. Huntsman the recipient of the 2018 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize.