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.
34 Research Trainees to receive salary support as they establish their careers and train alongside more senior members of BC’s health research community.
In partnership with St. Paul's Foundation, we have co-funded four researchers studying HIV transmission, substance use among vulnerable populations, and ways to combat the opioid overdose crisis.
From a highly competitive pool of applications, 52 exceptional health researchers have been selected to receive 2017 Scholar and Research Trainee Awards.