The Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) funds the work of researchers, supports efforts that grow the province's research enterprise, and promotes knowledge that results from health research.
As lead agency for the provincial government's Health Research Strategy, SHRF works as a catalyst, supporting the work of individual...
New Funding Program
SHRF is offering a pilot funding program developed to encourage collaborative groups of health researchers to launch new ideas...
Testing the utility of low back pain assessment tests
Dr. Bruno’s research aims to explore the utility of two tests, the Prone Hip Extension test and the Active Straight Leg Raise test used by physical medicine and rehabilitation clinicians to examine the motor con...
Building SK research capacity in epilepsy
The Saskatchewan Epilepsy Research Team has a common mission of developing a clinical and basic sciences group to serve patients with intractable epilepsy in Saskatchewan.
Immune cell dysfunction and HIV
Understanding why immune cell function is altered during HIV infection is the focus of Dr. Kryworuchko’s research.
Spinal cord repair using neural cells
Dr. Buttigieg is conducing research to provide insight into promising strategies for spinal cord repair and treatment.