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Rod McCormick and Fred Wien, co-chairs of the AHCSC, say there is a "serious rift" between the CIHR and the Aboriginal health community.
CIHR is the Government of Canada's health research investment agency.
The CIHR statement read that "the disaster was just postponed", and that this postponement disregarded the devastating effects the law might have on national and international levels.
Grant Titles, Biological Sciences Panel The following list is a selection of real NSERC and CIHR grant titles from the 2008 research competition in various panels for biological sciences and medicine.
For a 16-page summary and evaluation of a recent talk (March 24, 2009) given by Downie on behalf of the CIHR, see "Whose life is it anyways?
CIHR has joined with the Foundation to fund a new Master's Award program, valued at $17,500, to support research by registered dental hygienists studying full time in a Master's program.
King served as one of the founding members of the CIHR Governing Council from its creation in 2000 until 2004.
The CIHR further states that KT "encompasses all steps between the creation of new knowledge and its application to yield beneficial outcomes for society.