Ethical dilemmas in science communication: advice from the Dean
Dean of Health Sciences Tania Bubela shared some excellent advice as a panelist at the Science Writers & Communicators of Canada conference. learn more →
Future of HIV treatment found in the sea?
Worldwide 36.7 million people globally are living with HIV, and of these 20.9 million people are accessing antiretroviral therapy according to recent estimates. Discovering new classes of antiretroviral medications is essential in the fight against HIV. learn more →
Renewing Canada’s leadership in global health
A new paper on Canada’s role in global health, co-led by SFU health sciences researcher Kelley Lee as part of the Lancet’s first series on Canada, calls on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to back up verbal commitments with concrete action to address health inequities at home and abroad. learn more →
Millions awarded to inspiring Health Sciences research
Three Faculty of Health Sciences research projects that will have local, national and international impacts have recently secured CIHR funding. learn more →
Alumni encourage empathy through art
Having first-hand experience with how short appointment times reduce a physician’s ability to listen to, and empathize with their patients – particularly those with mental illness – SFU alumnus Dr. Patricia Gabriel came up with an entirely new approach to help physicians. learn more →
Welcome to the Faculty of Health Sciences
SFU's Faculty of Health Sciences offers one of Canada’s most comprehensive and integrated programs and has a strong reputation for producing world-class innovative research. Researchers and students from a broad spectrum of disciplines, spanning the humanities, social sciences, and life sciences, work together in a unique, non-departmentalized environment to encourage the study of health and disease from "cell to society" and to apply this work in the context of population and public health.