The Lung Association of Saskatchewan is again partnering with the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) to co-fund two grants of $40,000 each for asthma research in Saskatchewan. The grants will be administered under the SHRF Collaborative Innovation Development Grants 2016-17 pilot funding program. 

Research - One Breath Closer to a Healthier Tomorrow!

There's no question that research is our greatest defense against lung disease, as well as our greatest tool to save lives. The innovative, cutting-edge research that takes place right here in Saskatchewan has been a mainstay of the Lung Association movement since we opened our doors over 100 years ago as the Saskatchewan Anti-Tuberculosis League. You have come to know and trust The Lung Association as the premier source of lung health information for our province. All of our quality educational materials, programs, services, and treatment guidelines are based on current, evidence-based research.

Dedicating funding to research allows us to recruit and retain the best and brightest to conduct research in Saskatchewan and provides protected time for research initiatives. Our world class researchers showcase Saskatchewan research on the national and international stage as published authors, guest lecturers, and conference presenters. They are partners, collaborators, and key decision makers regarding lung health in our great province!

Research projects fall into four categories:

Professorship Program - designed to recruit the best and the brightest to Saskatchewan through a research stipend that allows them to devote time to lung research.

Fellowships - to provide post-doctoral students with funding for research training in Saskatchewan institutions.

Research grants - to help medical professionals conduct project-specific research, such as immunotherapy for the treatment of allergic lung diseases like tuberculosis.

Other programs - like visiting professorships, training grants, national research projects coordinated from Saskatchewan, TB control projects, patient education programs and continuing professional education.

Medical professionals can apply for research funding.

Make a donation today for a future without lung disease.

Patient information for Participation in Clinical Research

Improve your understanding of clinical research. Learn what you need to know before you decide to participate. For information about clinical research in Saskatchewan and how individuals can be involved, please see the information on the Saskatchewan Clinical Trial Support Unit website.

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