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CCfV Funded Research 2014-15


21% CCfV is an integrated
collaborative multidisciplinary
33% vaccine research team committed
to excellent research. CCfV
unites the biomedical and
35% clinical sciences with the social
11% sciences and humanities to
eff ectively span the research
continuum from basic discovery
to translation into useful vaccines
to prevent disease in humans and
Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Other to change population and public
Granting Agencies Funding $647,922 health outcomes.
Industry Funding $1,046,502
CIRN/PCIRN* Network CIHR Funding $335,824
CIRN/PCIRN* Network Industry Funding $1,004,938 Organization

* Canadian Immunization Research Network (transitioned from Public Health
Agency of Canada/Canadian Institutes of Health Research Infl uenza Research Activity within CCfV is organized
into three groups:

• Vaccine Discovery Group
• Vaccine Evaluation Group
CIRN/PCIRN* Research 2014-15
• Health Policy &
Translation Group

An Advisory Committee of
25% CCfV investigators and external
advisors provides counsel on the
strategic direction and objectives
of CCfV research.

Canadian Institutes of Health Research Funding
Industry Funding $1,004,938
*Dalhousie University is the lead institution for the Canadian Immunization
Research Network (CIRN). CIRN funds are disbursed across Canada,
facilitating research at over 30 institutions.

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