CIHR announces $6.7 million of new research funding for nine WCHRI members
Awards will fund projects that have potential for breakthroughs in women’s and children’s health
University of Alberta researchers have received funding for 14 projects in the latest round of investment from the federal government’s health research investment agency.
Of these 14 projects funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), 9 were awarded to WCHRI researchers for $6.7 million as part of its Fall 2023 competition.
WCHRI recipients of Fall 2023 CIHR awards
Mechanisms of vascular dysfunction in preeclampsia and impact on later-life maternal vascular health
Erythroid progenitors and precursors impair tumor immunogenicity and promote tumour progression in breast cancer
Exploring how lipid alterations promote Parkinson’s disease pathology through ectosomes
Cardiac insulin signalling in diabetic cardiomyopathy
Engaging adolescents for sexual and reproductive health and rights and family planning advocacy in Pakistan.
An investigation of potassium sources on bioavailability and homeostasis for adults living with advanced kidney disease
Early Life Determinant of T1D Susceptibility