Fuse 2018 brought together international experts in knowledge exchange and public health to share ideas and learn about how best to support the use of research evidence in policy-making.

MSFHR's Dr. Zena Sharman outlines what we know about gender equity in health research funding, what we wish we knew, and the steps MSFHR is taking to foster gender equity in our programs.

On May 7, 2018, MSFHR and Edge Collective hosted an evening of PechaKucha and networking around research and knowledge translation. 

A team of researchers, research users and people with lived experience are using an MSFHR Convening & Collaborating award to evaluate the effectiveness of peer support for adults with Borderline Personality Disorder.

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.

Twelve BC health professional-investigators funded to conduct research that answers questions derived from their practical experience and clinical expertise.