III Strategic Plan 2021-2025
For past five years, CIHR-III has made consistent efforts to fund infection and immunity research identified through its Strategic Plan 2013-2018. With the completion of the 5-year plan that coincided with the appointment of the new Scientific Director, III is now launching a yearlong community and stakeholder engagement plan to identify the new strategic priorities for III. The Institute is planning to complete a new five-year (2021-2025) strategic plan by Fall 2020, which will align with the new overall CIHR Strategic Plan.
We believe strongly in the importance of engaging our community, and we are seeking your opinion and advice as we work towards the development of our priorities, aligned with the mandate of the institute, in the area of infection and immunity research. The input we receive through these engagements is invaluable in guiding our discussions and informing our decision-making process.
Below you will find an overview of the year-long strategic planning process. We will continue to post more information as we move through the process, including key dates and locations for engagement workshops. The III team looks forward to working collaboratively with you on this important undertaking.
October to December 2019
The online surveys for the CIHR-III Strategic Plan (2021 – 2025) and the CIHR HIV/AIDS and STBBI Strategic Plan (2020 – 2025) are now closed.
January to March 2020
Large Strategic Planning Engagement Workshops with broader research community across Canada
Date: January 8th, 2020
Venue: CIBC Hall, McMaster University
Time: 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Date: January 30th, 2020
Venue: The Faculty Club, University of Toronto
Time: 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
We will continue to post more information on all other Strategic Planning Engagement Workshops as we move through the process and approach those dates.
April to July 2020
Strategic Plan drafted, followed by key informant feedback interviews
July to October 2020
Final reviews and approval of strategy
Launch of III Strategic Plan
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