Nine BC health researchers have been funded in MSFHR’s third Innovation to Commercialization (I2C) competition. Each will receive funding to advance their medical treatments, diagnostic tools and assistive technologies towards practical application to improve health outcomes and enrich the health innovation ecosystem in BC.
In this issue: MSFHR announces 2016 Scholar Award recipients; Learn how patients are reshaping health research in latest issue of Spark; Positive response to information forums on new funding programs; Unique network involves community in bipolar disease research
In this issue: MSFHR commits $1.5M to SPOR Networks in Chronic Disease; Hard work pays off for Aubrey J. Tingle Prize winner Randy Gascoyne; MSFHR-funded study highlights new treatment for heroin addiction; BC SUPPORT Unit launches new website; Consultation on funding programs moves forward; Career opportunity: Manager, External Relations & Marketing; New issue of "Spark" on patient engagement coming next week
In this issue: Summary document highlights new funding programs; Celebrating 15 years of advancing BC health research; Cancer researcher Dr. Randy Gascoyne wins Aubrey J. Tingle Prize; BC SUPPORT Unit joins Academic Health Science Network; Digital projects support seniors' care, youth mental health; Career opportunities with MSFHR's evaluation team; Going public to fight mental illness stigma
In this issue: New funding programs will bolster BC health research; Advancing First Nations health through collaboration; Morphine may impair premature babies' development; BC SUPPORT Unit hiring Scientific Director; Evaluation drives action on health research strategy
In this issue: Review process evolving to support new programs; Aubrey J. Tingle Prize through the years; "Blue sky" meeting on collaborative autism research; Partnership advances Alzheimer's research; BC SUPPORT Unit looks ahead to 2016 activities
In this issue: MSFHR receives $50M to boost BC health research; Interactive timeline: 2015 in review; 2016 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize nominations open; UK evaluation expert joins BC health research strategy team; Study aims to help systematic reviews inform policy decisions