USask College of Medicine receives $2M to advance pediatric research, education

The University of Saskatchewan’s College of Medicine has received $2M over five years from the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation. This funding will help advance provincial pediatric research and education and recruit doctors specializing in children’s medicine. “This significant partnership with the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation will support our shared commitment to providing exceptional pediatric healthcare in Saskatchewan,” said USask President Peter Stoicheff. “In addition to supporting the work of new Provincial Department Head in Pediatrics, Dr Terry Klassen, this funding will enhance pediatric education programs for USask medical students and help us lead critical research that will positively impact families in Saskatchewan and beyond.”

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