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New Fellowship In Health Systems Resilience Opens Call For Applicants

The Health Research Foundation of Innovative Medicines Canada launched its Fellowship in Health Systems Resilience. The Health Research Foundation (HRF), is a non-profit organization, investing in academic centers across Canada which focus on innovative, and leading-edge research.

The Fellowship specifically funds research designed to enhance the resilience of Canada’s health systems. Fellowship recipients will be eligible to receive $450,000 in funding over the course of three years. The HRF and its Fellowship Selection Committee invite researchers from recognized academic institutions across Canada to submit their applications via by October 4, 2021.

The HRF is committed to enhancing Canada’s health ecosystem and the launch of a health systems resiliency fellowship at this time is significant. Canadians are looking to the research community to ensure that Canada has the tools it needs to successfully stem future pandemics and similar threats to national health and safety.

The HRF has long supported research excellence by facilitating world-class discoveries and innovations that keep our communities healthy, our economy thriving, and to ever-improving Canada’s health systems. The creation of a Fellowship in Health Systems Resilience will contribute to Canada’s public health planning and preparedness, ensuring we meet, respond, and recover even more effectively from future health crises.

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