Highlighting health research

Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification Lynne Yelich made a visit to the U of S campus July 20 to talk with researchers and to highlight how Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) investments are helping strengthen health care in Canada.

"I was delighted to meet these researchers and find out how their work is helping to improve the health of people in Saskatchewan and across Canada," said Yelich in a media release.

Among those meeting with the minister were Andrew Potter, CEO and director of VIDO-InterVac, Colleen Dell, U of S Research Chair in Substance Abuse, and Margaret Crossley, a member of a team working with community health providers to develop culturally appropriate assessment tools for use in the university's Rural and Remote Memory Clinic.

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