MSFHR and BC AHSN have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to join forces to create a dynamic and integrated health research organization.

Led by Dr. Patricia Spittal, her team of Indigenous and allied researchers focus on how Indigenous people have been impacted by the pandemic, concentrating on a cohort of 800 young people who use drugs in Vancouver and Prince George.

Applications are now open for our 2021 Scholar and Research Trainee competitions! Read on for more details.

2020 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize winner Dr. Poul Sorensen

In a candid interview, Dr. Sorensen reflects on his career as a clinician researcher, the mentors who helped him ask the big questions, and his advice to the next generation of health researchers.

We’re welcoming 63 awardees to the MSFHR community today.

In a short amount of time, the COVID-19 pandemic has instigated rapid change and uncertainty within BC’s health research community. Lab closures, work from home arrangements, reduced access to resources, and increased caregiving responsibilities are just a few of the immediate impacts we’ve heard about from our community.