Based on the themes set forth in the University of Manitoba's Strategic Research Plan, FKRM research is categorized in themes of culture and creative works, and integrative research in health and well-being.
Discover the breadth of our expertise. Our world-renowned researchers and advisors to FKRM graduate students are on the front lines of cutting-edge discoveries leading to positive impact in the lives of our global community.
Our collaborations reach far and wide, providing our graduate students with extensive research opportunities and experiences.
Our FKRM research is funded by local, national, and international funding agencies. Researchers are funded by all three of the Tri-Council Agencies (Canadian Institute of Health Research, Natural Science and Engineering Research Council, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council), as well as by other funding agencies such as the Canadian Foundation for Innovation, Manitoba Health Research Council, Manitoba Medical Services Foundation, Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada, and the Public Health Agency of Canada.