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ICES scientists receive CIHR-IRSC Foundation grants


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July 21, 2015

Congratulations to our scientists receiving CIHR-IRSC Foundation grants:

  • Gillian Booth for Building healthier cities: a Canadian initiative to identify environmental solutions to curb obesity (The 'Healthy Cities, Healthier Lives' research program)
  • Eyal Cohen for Health outcomes of children with medical complexity and their caregivers
  • Therese Stukel for Measuring and evaluating the performance of integrated health systems for complex chronic disease patients
  • Jack Tu for The CANHEART study: using big data to transform the prevention and management of cardiovascular diseases
  • Toni Zhong for Development of a national quality improvement program in postmastectomy breast reconstruction to optimize patient-centred experience
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