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.
UVic neuroscientist Dr. Leigh Anne Swayne studies how the cells in our brains grow and divide, and form connections to communicate with one another.
34 Research Trainees to receive salary support as they establish their careers and train alongside more senior members of BC’s health research community.
Applications are now open for MSFHR's 2018 Research Trainee competition. The letter of intent deadline is March 1, 2018, with the full application due by April 10, 2018.
Since 2013, MSFHR and the BC Schizophrenia Society Foundation have jointly funded BC researchers whose work is helping to reveal the underlying mechanisms of schizophrenia.
Thirty-two exceptional BC health researchers have been granted Scholar awards through MSFHR's 2014 Scholar Program funding competition.
MSFHR is proud to partner with the BC Schizophrenia Society Foundation to jointly fund researchers working to mitigate schizophrenia's human and economic toll.