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Young Innovators: Vibrations can be bad for farmers’ backs
June 16, 2017
Photo credit: David Stobbe for the University of Saskatchewan Catherine Trask (right) and Xiaoke Zeng (left) study famers’ exposure to body vibrations. By Federica Giannelli Days spent...Read More
Patients as Partners - Share the Vision 2017
June 5, 2017
SHRF. SPOR. SCPOR. The list of acronyms goes on and on, but what do they all mean? In many industries, acronyms become common practice; so much so, those engrossed in the day to day often take...Read More
Young Innovators: U of S Study Aims to Improve Depression Treatment
June 4, 2017
Photo credit: David Stobbe for the University of Saskatchewan Researchers Lisa Kalynchuk (right) and Kyle Brymer (left) study the antidepressant potential of a brain protein. By Federica...Read More
MS Research That Matters
May 30, 2017
In the Beginning As the provincial funder of health research in Saskatchewan, SHRF understands the importance of contributing to the end of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). That’s why we’ve been...Read More
A Research Connections Feature: Advancements in FASD Symposium
December 23, 2016
Here at SHRF we value collaboration and seek to facilitate the creation of partnerships among researchers, health care providers, patients and families, communities, not-for-profits and industry...Read More
Happy Holidays from SHRF!
December 22, 2016
As we look back on a year of renewal and look forward to new opportunities in 2017, we want to wish all of our researchers, partners and friends a very happy and healthy holiday...Read More
The NEW shrf.ca!
October 14, 2016
We’re pleased to announce the launch of our brand new website. This past year at SHRF has been a time of renewal, with new leadership and staff, a new office space and, most importantly, a new...Read More