Research Grants

The team at the MVProgram is actively researching the effectiveness of the MVP on women’s pain, sexual health, relationship, and psychological factors.

 

Research Grants

North America’s first Multidisciplinary Vulvodynia Program: Establishing a program of research to improve genital pain in BC women.
Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute Innovation and Translational Research Award, 2015. Principal Investigator: Brotto, L. Co-Investigators: Smith, K.  & Sadownik. L.

The impact of treatment confidence on the efficacy of multidisciplinary treatment for provoked vestibulodynia.
UBC Faculty of Medicine’s Summer Student Research Program, 2015. Principal Investigator: Yao, J. Co-Investigator: Brotto, L.

What happens to genital pain symptoms in women two years following treatment in a Vancouver based multidisciplinary vulvodynia program. UBC Faculty of Medicine’s Summer Student Research Program, 2014. Principal Investigator:  Lester, R. Co-Investigator: Brotto, L.

PAIR study: provoked vestibulodynia and intimate relationships study.
Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute Pilot Grant, 2013. Principal Investigator: Sadownik, L. Co-Investigators: Brotto, L., Smith, K. & Basson, R.

Exporting an effective and feasible multidisciplinary vulvodynia program to the community. 
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Dissemination Grant, 2013. Principal Investigator: Brotto, L. Co-Investigators: Sadownik, L. & Klein, C.

 

 

 

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