SPHERU faculty recognized at SHRF publication launch

April 6, 2017

SPHERU faculty Dr. Shanthi Johnson and Dr. Bonnie Jeffery were among the researchers, who have received SHRF funding, recognized for their contributions and work towards seniors' health and aging-related health research. Courtesy of the University of Regina.
SPHERU faculty Dr. Shanthi Johnson and Dr. Bonnie Jeffery were among the researchers, who have received SHRF funding, recognized for their contributions and work towards seniors' health and aging-related health research. Courtesy of the University of Regina.
SPHERU’s Dr. Bonnie Jeffery and Dr. Shanthi Johnson were invited to the launch of the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation’s (SHRF) latest publication, Impacting Seniors’ Health – The Value of Aging-Related Research in Saskatchewan.  

On April 5, researchers associated with the Centre on Aging and health at the University of Regina, and other researchers who have benefited from funding provided by SHRF, attended the event dedicated to unveiling the new publication.

The purpose of the event was also to demonstrate and highlight the work being done by researchers that has been making a difference for older adults' health due to SHRF funding..

The 32-page publication focuses on the aging-related health research and projects that exist due to SHRF funding and investments. Read more about the U of R story here.

Dr. Jeffery and Dr. Johnson were among the researchers recognized for their contributions and work towards making a difference in seniors’ health and aging0related health research. 

SHRF will be unveiling the publication in Saskatoon on Monday, April 10. 


 

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