CIHR

AcronymDefinition
CIHRCanadian Institutes of Health Research
CIHRCambodian Institute of Human Rights
CIHRCentre for Integrated Healthcare Research (UK)
CIHRCenter for International Health Research (Rhode Island Hospital; Providence, RI)
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That's exactly what we're proposing--that NSERC, CIHR and SSHRC invest in bridging positions--with a slight twist.
Members included the Canadian Cancer Society, Heart and Stroke, Health Charities Council of Canada, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the CIHR Vice-President and four Scientific Directors.
National organizations, such as CIHR and NCDDR, have been major collaborators in the development of theories and the application of KT [3].
The CIHR calls for the minister to take the initiative to talk with civil society organisations on what was previously agreed with former minister of social solidarity, Ahmed Boraie.
CIHR has been operational since the year 2000 and currently holds a budget of C$928.
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?
King served as one of the founding members of the CIHR Governing Council from its creation in 2000 until 2004.
He has received a Distinguished Scientist salary award from the CIHR and has served as an occasional adviser to several companies with products related to cervical cancer prevention.
This CIHR funding, according to interviewees, should be provided according to priority areas identified by scientific experts, balancing support of new innovations with targeted research programs for promising approaches.
In this experiment, the activities of the antioxidative enzymes and CIHR in the plasma and liver were significantly decreased.
The CIHR further states that KT "encompasses all steps between the creation of new knowledge and its application to yield beneficial outcomes for society.