St. Paul’s Foundation is a registered charity that raises funds for medical equipment, research and enhanced patient care at St. Paul’s Hospital, a world-leading academic health science centre located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, British Columbia.

Through ethical and relationship based fundraising, the Foundation enables St. Paul’s Hospital to be at the forefront of exceptional care and innovation.

Inspired by the work of St. Paul’s Hospital, the Foundation also builds meaningful relationships so the community can support exceptional patient care and world leading innovation.

St. Paul’s Foundation also partners with MSFHR to co-fund research via the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation and the BC Centre on Substance Use.

Awards

2020

Recipient

Alyson Wong

Award type

Research Trainee award


Project title

Connecting clinical research and economic evaluation by mapping lung function to EQ-5D-5L in patients with interstitial lung disease

2019

Recipient

Michele Schaeffer

Award type

Research Trainee award


Project title

The effects of 60% oxygen during exercise training in patients with fibrotic interstitial lung disease

2018


Award type

Research Trainee award


Project title

Investigating the role of skeletal muscle dysfunction on dyspnea and exercise intolerance in interstitial lung disease

Recipient

Stephanie Sellers

Award type

Research Trainee award


Project title

Structural valve degeneration in bioprosthetic heart valves

Recipient

M Eugenia Socias

Award type

Scholar award


Project title

Optimizing care for opioid use disorder in British Columbia

2017

Recipient

Nadia Fairbairn

Award type

Scholar award


Project title

Opioid addiction research program to improve prescribing practices and reduce overdose

2012

Recipient

Art Poon

Award type

Scholar award


Project title

Translation of next-generation sequencing to HIV treatment and prevention in British Columbia

Recipient

Kora DeBeck

Award type

Scholar award


Project title

Responding to the health crisis among street-involved youth in Vancouver: Evidence to inform interventions and policy responses