The University of Saskatchewan

The University of Saskatchewan

The University of Saskatchewan, one of Canada’s top research universities and a leader in community-engaged scholarship, is home to a new multidisciplinary health sciences centre, a full range of health science colleges, graduate schools of public health and public policy, and two unique national research facilities-the Canadian Light Source synchrotron and VIDO-InterVac, a world leader in developing vaccines to fight infectious diseases in humans and animals. “By championing Canada’s global leadership in health research, Research Canada will help us find solutions to health challenges and connect our innovative research with the needs of local, national and global communities,” said Dr. Karen Chad, U of S Vice-President Research.