CIHR's visual identity
Using the CIHR FIP
Here is the Canadian Institutes of Health Research's official Government of Canada logo. It consists of a Canadian flag and CIHR's legal name in both official languages. Use of the CIHR logo is regulated by the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat's Federal Identity Program (FIP).
You may download and use the logo only for the purpose of visually acknowledging CIHR's contributions to your project. To download, right-click desired format and select Save Target As…
Black and white version
To download, right-click and select Save Target As...
Using CIHR's leaf identifier
Here is CIHR's visual identifier which consists of a leaf and a bilingual wordmark. Recently modernized, it was developed in 2000 as a recognizable symbol of excellence, innovation and collaboration in research. CIHR has official guidelines for the use of its visual identifier for any visual communication.
Please familiarize yourself with and follow these guidelines. You may download and use the logo only for the purpose of visually acknowledging CIHR's contributions to your project. To download, right-click desired format and select Save Target As…
The preferred use of the visual identifiers is the full-colour portrait version. However, reverse-white and black-only versions are also available. They appear in their correct form below:
Acknowledgement of funding
CIHR Communications has extensive experience in the areas of media relations, strategic communications, writing and editing and event planning and coordination. As a valued partner, we can help recipients of CIHR funding to acknowledge CIHR funding and are ready to collaborate with Principal Investigators on public communications initiatives related to research funding and findings. Guidelines in how to acknowledge CIHR support are laid out in: Communicating the Value of Health Research.
Do you need any additional information? Contact: CIHR Publications
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