"KT Pathways is a free digital assessment and learning tool co-developed by MSFHR in partnership with academic and health system partners across BC, including BC-based health authorities, universities, research institutes, the BC SUPPORT Unit and BC Ministry of Health."
From a highly competitive pool of applications, 52 exceptional health researchers have been selected to receive 2017 Scholar and Research Trainee Awards.
Forty-eight* exceptional young investigators will receive Trainee awards from the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research to support post-doctoral study at BC institutions.
In this issue: Interactive guide to MSFHR's new strategic plan; Profiling Dr. Adeera Levin; New KT website and workshop debrief; Partnership with AllerGen fosters synergistic research collaboration; and more
AllerGen NCE Inc. (AllerGen) was established in response to the fact that one in three Canadians is living with allergic disease.