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CIHR announces members of revised advisory boards


The Canadian Institutes of Health Research has announced the names of the proposed members of its slimmed-down Institutes Advisory Boards.

More than half of the board members are women, and one-third were formerly members of an institute-specific board, the CIHR revealed in an announcement on 28 August. 

Each of the agency’s 13 institutes previously had their own advisory board, but those have been replaced with five shared boards with around 12 to 15 members each. The new boards are: Research Excellence, Policy and Ethics; Health Innovation; Indigenous Peoples’ Health; Health Promotion and Prevention; and Chronic Conditions.

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