A SUMMARY OF CANADIAN NANOMEDICINE RESEARCH FUNDING: STRENGTHS AND NEEDS
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) has recently developed a major strategic initiative in the areas of regenerative medicine and nanomedicine. The present article presents a preliminary analysis of nanomedicine funding at CIHR (2000-2005), using a moderately stringent definition of nanomedicine.
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