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: An inside look at science policy fellowships; 2013 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize winner; Expert team leads SPOR review; Health research strategy workshop planned; MSFHR launches blog.
Since 2009, MSFHR and the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada have partnered to fund research into inflammatory bowel disease.
Fifty-nine exceptional BC health researchers have been named recipients of post-doctoral fellowship awards through MSFHR's 2013 Research Trainee competition.