Funding: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) is the federal agency that supports university-based research and training in the health sciences. The CIHR concept involves a multi-disciplinary approach, organized through a framework of 13 "virtual" institutes; each one dedicated to a specific area of focus, linking and supporting researchers pursuing common goals. The current CIHR institutes are: Aboriginal People's Health; Aging; Cancer Research; Circulatory & Respiratory Health; Gender & Health; Genetics; Health Services & Policy Research; Human Development & Child and Youth Health; Infection & Immunity; Musculoskeletal Health & Arthritis; Neurosciencse, Mental Health & Addiction; Nutrition, Metabolism & Diabetes; & Population & Public Health.
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