BCCDC Research Week is here!

The 9th annual BCCDC Research Week is taking place October 24-28, 2016. Join your colleagues for an action-packed week of workshops, presentation of fascinating and leading-edge research and of course some vital networking time. This year’s theme is Public Health: Global Challenges, Local Solutions; and we’ve integrated it into all aspects of the programme. From the […]

Dr. Jennifer Gardy recognized by MSFHR for her outstanding work in Mycobacteria and Tuberculosis

The BCCDC Foundation congratulates Dr. Jennifer Gardy on receiving the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR) Scholar Award for her work with non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections (NTMs) and tuberculosis (TB) on the BRIDGE-MTB project.  Dr. Gardy’s innovative work has created a new field of research – genomic epidemiology – which has helped to advance the […]

Watch: Dr. Jennifer Gardy Speaks at SFU Outstanding Alumni Awards

Watch Dr. Jennifer Gardy give an inspirational speech at SFU Outstanding Alumni Awards BCCDC’s own ‘science rockstar’, Dr. Jennifer Gardy discusses inter-disciplinarity and how to create a meaningful career that blends with your personal life at this year’s Simon Fraser University’s Outstanding Alumni Awards on March 3rd, 2016.  Dr. Gardy is recognized for her innovative […]

A Big Thanks to Dr Brett Finlay

We would like to say a special thank you to Dr Brett Finlay, who sat on the BCCDC Foundation Board as a Director from January 2014 to September 2015. In this time, Dr Finlay supported our work and gave his thoughtful expertise to our development. He was our inaugural Scientific Advisory Board Chair and helped […]