Lung Sask and the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) are investing $1 million in respiratory research over five years!
Lung Sask and SHRF have built a strong relationship over the years with a common objective of supporting health research in Saskatchewan, and this investment will be dedicated to furthering research in lung health!
To read the full announcement of this partnership visit SHRF and Lung Sask Commit to Research Funding.
Lung Sask is pleased to be a partner with the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) on its Solutions Program.
The Solutions program aims to mobilize the research ecosystem to focus and coordinate diverse skills and perspectives to address timely Saskatchewan health challenges. All applications must address one or more of the health challenges (i.e. focus area) identified for the competition year.
For each competition year, the Solutions program offers a selection of funding opportunities to support research at various stages within the funding focus area, including partnered investments.
Information about the 2022-2023 competition year will be shared soon. Watch this space for details!
In addition to the Solutions program, the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) has a number of funding opportunities that foster collaboration, innovation, and impact for the health of Saskatchewan people.
Whether it be to support and facilitate the sharing of health research knowledge, support early-career researchers, or support transdisciplinary teams to advance the translation of research into real world settings, SHRF grants continue to strengthen research capacity in Saskatchewan
For more information about SHRF funding opportunities, including details about the opportunity, the amount and term, and timelines, visit SHRF Funding.
Respiratory Research Centre
The University of Saskatchewan's (UofS) Respiratory Research Centre (RRC) has a mission is to:
- build knowledge and understanding of respiratory health and well-being across the life span and within at-risk groups, using patient/person, family, population-health, and ‘One Health’ focused approaches;
- enable and undertake interdisciplinary and intersectoral research in the respiratory field addressing chronic respiratory conditions, including their prevention;
- develop and evaluate innovative approaches to health care design and delivery for persons with respiratory illness and disease that also optimize health and well-being, are attentive to healthcare system expenditure and value, support quality improvement, and acknowledge public and professional educational needs and perspectives; and
- ensure meaningful application of research findings using an integrated knowledge translation approach, utilizing and coordinating the activities of the RRC with UofS students and faculty, other universities/institutions, government, private industry, health regions and care delivery systems, the Saskatchewan Health Quality Council, First Nations, national and international professional societies, and others.
University of Saskatchewan
The University of Saskatchewan is one of Canada's top research Universities and home to some ground breaking and innovative research. For information and links to various competitions and deadlines visit University of Saskatchewan - Funding Opportunities.
Canadian Lung Association
The Canadian Lung Association funds research and research training at the national level. For information about various competitions and deadlines visit Canadian Lung Association - Research Funding.