University of Saskatchewan

September 30, 2014   


This is the primary mode of communication to researchers. The information posted on these listserves will alert you to new funding opportunities, funding deadlines and other agency announcements such as changes in Tri-council policy. In addition, information regarding conferences, workshops, or any changes within Research Services will also be posted.

Researchers can subscribe to any of fourteen health listserves as well as listserves for natural sciences and engineering, and humanities and social sciences.

You can subscribe and unsubscribe yourself. You will only be able to receive messages from the listserves. You cannot post messages to the listserves.

How to Subscribe/Unsubscribe to the Listserve(s)/Listman:

Click on the listserve, click enter and select subscribe or unsubscribe . This will add your name to that particular listserve. You will receive an email asking you to confirm; click on the url and you will receive a second email saying that you were successful. You must send in the confirmation in order to have your name on the list.



Natural Sciences and Engineering:

Social Science and Humanities:


Aboriginal Peoples' Health (IAPH):

Cancer Research (ICR):

Circulatory and Respiratory Health (ICRH):

Gender and Health (IGH):

Genetics (IG):

Health Services and Policy Research (IHSPR):

Healthy Aging (IHA):

Human Development, Child and Youth Health (IHDCYH):

Infection and Immunity (III):

Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis (IMHA):

Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes (INMD):

Population and Public Health (IPPH):


Archived Listserve Material:

Alternatively, if you do not wish to subscribe and receive the emails from the listserve, you can, at any time, view all of the messages that have been posted by accessing the U of S Research Services Mailing Lists.\lists\listname-l

Where it says listname in the above url, please put in the name of the listserve you would like to see from above. ie: Agriculture;\lists\agriculture-l