The CIHR Communications branch is offering media training to interested CIHR-funded researchers who would like to learn about traditional media. Facilitated by Media Specialist and former reporter David Coulombe, this training will provide media relations tools (advice and pitfalls) as well as outreach strategies that researchers can use to communicate effectively with journalists.
Three sessions will be offered:
- January 14, 2- 3 pm – English
- February 18, 2- 3 pm – French
- March 17, 2-3 pm – English
Please RSVP to email@example.com.
An initiative of the Arctic Council Sustainable Development Working Group
March 25-27, 2015, Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada
Harnessing the power of discoveries: Maximizing academia-industry synergies
A Canada-France Legacy Event
September 11-12, 2014, Ottawa, Canada
CIHR is proud to announce its new suite of prizes, the CIHR Gold Leaf Prizes, which are among the highest honours that can be bestowed on an individual or team for excellence in health research and its translation into benefits for Canadians. Each CIHR Gold Leaf Prize has a value of $100,000. These prizes cover achievements across all pillars of research (biomedical, clinical, health services and policy, and population and public health) and will be awarded every two years.
The CIHR Canadian National Brain Bee (CCNBB) is an event that brings together the very top high school students to test their neuroscience and brain research knowledge. The Canadian winner will go on to represent Canada at the International Brain Bee, an annual event held since 1998.
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