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Forward Thinking is MSFHR's blog, discussing what it takes to be a responsive and responsible research funder. First, Bev Holmes introduces the science of science funding.

Everyday tech for better care

In this issue of Spark, we explore how MSFHR-funded researchers are re-deploying everyday technologies to improve patient care.

MSFHR is delighted to name world-renowned expert in cancer genetics Dr. Huntsman the recipient of the 2018 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize.

Dr. Richard Lester and his team are using text messages to support and learn from large and dispersed patient populations.

Applications are now open for MSFHR’s inaugural Implementation Science Team competition. The letter of intent deadline is April 16, 2018.

MSFHR is co-hosting a design jam on LGBTQI2S health and wellness, bringing together researchers, health care providers, LGBTQI2S community members and marketing experts.