Connections >> April 2016
MSFHR commits $1.5M to SPOR Networks in Chronic Disease
Researchers working to improve the health of Canadians living with chronic diseases received a major funding boost recently with the launch of five new national networks.
A total of $62.25 million will be invested by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to establish the SPOR Networks in Chronic Disease, which will connect researchers, health professionals, policy-makers, and patients across the country.
MSFHR is pleased to commit $1.5 million over five years to support the BC-based research activities of three networks.
Hard work pays off for Aubrey J. Tingle Prize winner Randy Gascoyne
A look into Randy's career as a lymphoid cancer researcher.
MSFHR-funded study highlights new treatment for heroin addiction
Chronic heroin addiction now has another effective treatment tool – hydromorphone, a licensed pain medication. Read more
BC SUPPORT Unit launches new website
The BC SUPPORT Unit has a new online home for sharing information and news with key stakeholders across British Columbia. Read more
Consultation on funding programs moves forward
Last month, MSFHR announced plans to roll out an expanded suite of funding programs throughout the coming year. Read more
Career opportunity: Manager, External Relations & Marketing
This posting is now closed. Please check back for future opportunities.
New issue of "Spark" on patient engagement coming next week
The next release of Spark will look at health from the patient perspective. Read more
Jennifer Baumbusch (2011 Scholar) and her team received the Outstanding Scholarly Contribution to Gerontological Nursing Practice Award from the International Journal of Older People Nursing for a paper that was part of an MSFHR-funded study.
Antonio Aviña-Zubieta (2014 Scholar, 2006 Trainee) has been awarded the BC Lupus Research Award for Excellence in Research & Mentoring.
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