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2019 SHRF Santé Awards - Dr. Saija Kontulainen

On November 21, 2019, the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation hosted the 16th annual Santé Awards.

Congratulations to Dr. Saija Kontulainen who won an Excellence Award at the 2019 SHRF Santé Awards.

EXCELLENCE AWARDS

These awards recognize the top-ranked applications from researchers and teams in the past year’s funding competitions. All applications to SHRF’s funding competitions are ranked according to our rigorous peer review process by committees of active researchers and health professionals.

Dr. Kerry Lavender, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
Top Establishment Grant: Biomedical

Dr. Paul Mick, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
Top Establishment Grant: Socio-Health

Dr. Ivan Trus, VIDO-Intervac, University of Saskatchewan
Top Research Fellowship: Biomedical

Dr. David Kingston, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
Top Research Fellowship: Socio-Health

Dr. Francisco Cayabyab, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
Top Collaborative Innovation Development Grant: Biomedical

Dr. Saija Kontulainen College of Kinesiology, University of Saskatchewan
Top Collaborative Innovation Development Grant: Socio-Health Systems and Clinical

Dr. Juan-Nicolas Pena-Sanchez, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
Top Sprout Grant

Dr. Heather Hadjistavropoulos, Faculty of Arts, University of Regina
Top Patient-Oriented Research Leadership Grant: Competition II

 

Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) is the provincial funding agency that funds, supports and promotes the impact of health research that matters to Saskatchewan. SHRF collaborates with stakeholders to contribute to the growth of a high-performing health system, culture of innovation and the improved health of citizens by strengthening research capacity and competitiveness, increasing the investment in health research in Saskatchewan and aligning research with the needs of our stakeholders.

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