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...
2013 Achievement Award Winner Dr. Gregory P. Marchildon
... has made outstanding contributions to Saskatchewan’s health research enterprise and to understanding the complexities of our health system
Genetic techniques for bacterial infections
Dr. Cameron is using advanced DNA sequencing and molecular genetic techniques to better understand the genetics of bacterial infections in humans.
Health care models for rural patients
Dr. Bath is researching new models of health care delivery for people with chronic back problems in rural and remote areas.
Hormone regulation and diabetes and obesity
By researching the role of nesfatin-1 – a novel hormone – on normal, diabetic and obese mice, Dr. Hatef’s research will provide significant new information on the role this hormone may play in diabet...
Mitochondrial functions and human diseases
Dr. Jessulat is researching normal mitochondrial systems biology and the subsequent ability to identify the aberrations that may lead to human diseases.