I S S UE 4 , O C TO BER 2017  S UPPO RT  S CI EN CE  I M PAC T  Natawihowikamik - Healing Place  Kids, Cannabis   Epilepsy...
Research Connections Mobilizing knowledge for the well-being of Saskatchewan citizens  Are you looking to put health resea...
I S S UE 4 , O C TO B E R 2 0 1 7  Contents CEO Message  4  Meet the Researcher  Dr. Leah Ferguson  5  Study Probes Health...
C E O M e ssa e g e  In my past 10 years with Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation  SHRF , I   ve seen top research tal...
Photo Credit  Debra Marshall  Meet the Researcher  Leah Ferguson What is your background and general area of research   My...
Study Probes Health   Safety of Migrant Workers By Federica Giannelli  Anton left Ukraine two years ago in hopes of findin...
SASKATCHEWAN WELCOMES New MS Clinical Research Chair Photo Credit  David Stobbe  Adapted from Well Aware Summer 2017  Fund...
Levin  group and MS Clinic team means this position is starting strong  there   s a tremendous amount of infrastructure wh...
Hunt sm a n  By Roger Francis  The marijuana plant produces over 140 cannabinoids, a group of chemicals that are biologica...
Hunt sm a n  refractory epileptic encephalopathy. Additional members of the research grant team include Drs. Jose TellezZe...
The researchers hope that the experience gained in doing this study will put them in a position to pursue a large scale cl...
Given that marijuana has over 140 different cannabinoids which are potentially neurologically active, there will be no lac...
u of s  By Sarath Peiris  As health care in Saskatchewan is changing, so too is the health research done at the University...
The U of S is a leader in One Health research, an integrative approach which recognizes that animal, human and ecosystem h...
u of s  Ivar Mendez is using technology to make a difference.  Other examples of health research projects that cut across ...
Pho en i x  Peering Into the Living Brain How Saskatchewan Research is Contributing to Parkinson   s Disease Knowledge  Ph...
Pho en i x  Coming Home to Opportunity Phenix grew up in south-east Saskatchewan in a small town called Arcola. After work...
Our researchers are working across the breadth of  BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES    CLINICAL MEDICINE HEALTH SYSTEMS    HEALTH OF PO...
earnes  Plenty of Zebrafish Casting a Beamline to Collaboration Photo Credit  CIHR and the U of S Video sculpture from the...
earnes     It   s a big learning curve and often a hurdle that many researchers in Canada, let alone on the U of S campus,...
earnes  Photo Credit  CIHR and the U of S  algorithms to analyze extensive data sets produced by his work in comparative t...
The Lung Association of Saskatchewan  LAS  has a strong record of research support which builds upon our history beginning...
LAS also provided research grants for post-graduate students and fellows. In addition to improving the research productivi...
Smar t H R  Common Tech Turned Research Tools    There   s an app for that.    This common phrase is heard daily as we str...
   Collaboration is the new innovation,     says Tracie Risling.  A Seamless Fit Do you remember what you ate yesterday  L...
Pho en i x  Did You Know     The app used by many health researchers to turn smartphones into mini research labs was conce...
   Funding means you get there faster,     comments Dr. John Barden.  customized to the person   s individual level. It us...
Smar t H R     Technology is a way that you can more easily involve patients in research  from coming up with the ideas to...
M ed H a c k  A HEALTHY DOSE OF RESEARCH. Researchers at the University of Regina are working on a variety of projects aim...
Z ang  By Roger Francis  Clean air. Something we often take for granted     especially in this land of living skies. But i...
Saskatoon is one of only two Canadian centres to treat patients using IRE technology.     NanoKnife    Slicing Pancreatic ...
Delivering Care in a New Way Saskatchewan has the highest rates of HIV and Hepatitis C in Canada. Though the reasons for t...
University of Regina  Health Research With Impact Adapted from Health Research With Impact, written by Regina freelance wr...
McIntosh believes researchers are becoming more and more interested in figuring out how the impact of their work can be me...
Impacting Indigenous Youth  Impacting Active Living  Community researcher Dustin Brass was one of a team of researchers wh...
Natawihowikamik     Healing Place  The Role of Place for First Nations Youth Mental Health There are many structural facto...
Photo Credits  Kiriako Iatridis  The project is based on the premise that places are not neutral  rather, they are    aliv...
Top 10 Dementia Research Priorities A growing number of people across Canada are affected by dementia. In Saskatchewan alo...
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SC PO R a nd S a sk Po l y A D  Take it to the Next Level...      with U of S College of Nursing Graduate Studies.  . Mast...
Saskatchewan Polytechnic  Collaborative Research Puts Patients First Patient-oriented research is becoming the norm for he...
Supporting the Next Generation of Researchers Early career researchers can often face an uphill journey to prove the merit...
The mission of Saskatchewan   s Health Quality Council is to accelerate improvement in our province   s health system. Our...
H and S  Get everyone off to school or work with a nutritious meal in their tummies By Carol Dombrow RD  A speedy breakfas...
Almond Oat Bars Recipe by Emily Richards, PHEc. Keep these bars in the freezer for a grab-and-go breakfast or snack  Makes...
SHR F   Che n  Celebrating Health Research Excellence With over 150 guests in attendance, SHRF presented its 2016 Achievem...
B ac k I nsi de  2017  SANT    AWARDS EVENING  EXCELLENCE    ACHIEVEMENT    INNOVATION    IMPAC T Celebrate with us. Decem...
For the HEALTH of it  324-111 Research Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R2   Ph. 306.975.1680   shrf.ca Building a vibrant cultur...