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Centre for Aboriginal Health Research (CAHR)

 

Description

The CAHR is a joint initiative of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Manitoba, and the Foundations for Health. The CAHR was established through a generous contribution from the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs to the fundraising campaign of the Foundations for Health for the construction of the Buhler Centre for Health Research. Development of the CAHR was also facilitated by a research infrastructure grant awarded to the University of Manitoba by the Canadian Foundation for Innovation and the Manitoba Innovation Fund. Operating funds have been awarded by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research and the Social Science and Humanities Research Council.

Contacts

Centre for Aboriginal Health Research
University of Manitoba
J. Buhler Research Centre
Room 715
715 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada R3E 3P4
ph: 204.789.3250
fax: 204.975.7783
email: cahr@umanitoba.ca

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Last updated: 1 April 2009
 
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