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MSFHR and Mitacs have partnered to support joint applications so researchers can access both Mitacs and MSFHR funding with one application.MSFHR and Mitacs have partnered to support joint applications so researchers can access both Mitacs and MSFHR funding with one application.

MSFHR’s Dr. Zena Sharman, Dr. Julia Langton, and Amanda Paleologou outline what our data tell us about gender equity in MSFHR’s funding programs, what we've been experimenting with, and how we're moving forward. 

Guidelines are now available for our 2020 Convening & Collaborating (C2) and Reach competitions. The competition will open in early March.

We’re offering to provide travel funding and registration fees for up to three BC-based research trainees accepted to attend the 2020 KT Canada Summer Institute. Read on for details.

Dr. Chonnettia Jones, a respected scientist with extensive health research funding experience, joins MSFHR as vice president, research effective April 14, 2020. Read more.

The fifth Fuse International Conference on Knowledge Exchange in Public Health has launched its call for abstracts. To support BC-based research trainees, MSFHR will provide travel awards for up to three trainees whose abstracts are accepted. Read on for more.