This annual prize is presented to a BC clinician scientist whose work is internationally recognized and has had a significant impact on improving health and the health system.
As BC's provincial health research support agency, MSFHR sustains a strong research enterprise that is recognized worldwide for innovative discoveries that improve health and save lives.
MSFHR-funded researchers, teams, and networks are active throughout BC advancing knowledge across a broad spectrum of health disciplines. Our programs directly support BC's ability to develop new treatments and cures, prevent diseases, and use research knowledge to improve health care.
MSFHR's current activities are listed below. View completed programs.
A provincial initiative funded and facilitated by MSFHR to create efficient, coordinated, and high-quality processes that support and encourage multi-jurisdictional human health research.
The BC SUPPORT Unit (the Unit) is a multi-partner organization transitioning from start-up phase to regular operations, preparing to support, streamline and increase patient-oriented research throughout BC.
MSFHR is funding a long-term national study to determine if a two-dose HPV vaccine provides equivalent protection to the standard three-dose regimen.
Knowledge translation activities aim to close the gap between research discoveries and implementation by improving the use of research evidence in practice, policy and further research.
Patient-oriented research refers to research that engages patients as partners, focuses on patient-identified priorities and improves patient outcomes. This research, conducted by multidisciplinary teams in partnership with stakeholders, aims to apply the knowledge generated to improve health care systems and practices.
Learn about MSFHR's rigorous peer review process.