Making a Difference:

Saskatchewan Health Research with Impact

Across Saskatchewan, health research and innovation are helping to promote good health and health care that is accessible when people need it. Evidence-based health care practices improve the patient’s health experience across the care continuum to make Saskatchewan health care a model health care system.

Brains at Work: Improving Quality of Life for Parkinson's Patients 

Ali Rajput and his son Alex Rajput, U of S neurology researchers

Designing Cities with Children in Mind

Nazeem Muhajarine, social epidemiologist at the University of Saskatchewan

Tool Kit for Community Health

Sylvia Abonyi, Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Health and Associate Professor at the U of S department of Community Health and Epidemiology

Diabetes vs. Demographics

Roland Dyck, medical doctor and Professor at the U of S department of Medicine

No More Needles

Volker Gerdts, Associate Director of Research at the U of S's VIDO-InterVac

The Little Assay that Could

John Giesy, Canada Research Chair in Environmental Toxicology

Reducing Pain in Older Persons

Thomas Hadjistavropoulos, of University of Regina's Centre on Aging and Health and department of Psychology

The Rural and Remote Memory Clinic

Debra Morgan, Chair of Rural Health Delivery at the U of S's Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture

Finding an Antidote to Poisoned Water

Ingrid Pickering, Canada Research Chair in Molecular Environmental Science and Graham George, Canada Research Chair in X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy

Rethinking Human Reproduction

Roger Pierson, U of S Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences

Combatting Fungal Infections in Crops - Naturally

Vladimir Vujanovic, U of S Associate Professor of Food and Bioproduct Sciences and Agri-Food Innovation Fund Chair in Agricultural Microbiology and Bioproducts