Canadian Institutes of Health Research: Promoting Health Research Excellence for Students and Faculty. Danika L. Goosney, PhD Director, Program Planning and Process April 27, 2010. About CIHR. Our Mandate:
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Canadian Institutes of Health Research: Promoting Health Research Excellence for Students and Faculty.
Danika L. Goosney, PhD
Director, Program Planning and Process
April 27, 2010
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