CIHR-IG Featured research

CIHR-IG is committed to amplifying research impact by supporting research in all aspects of genetics, genomics, molecular biosciences, computational biology, and health data science. CIHR-IG's major goal is for genomics to enable the delivery of a learning health system that is continuously improving through increased knowledge creation and integration. Learn more about CIHR-IG commitments in our strategic plan.

This page serves as a platform for communicating CIHR-funded research findings and their impact to a diverse audience, including health care providers, scientists, policymakers, patients, caregivers, and the public.

Safe and Large-Scale Production of Stem Cells: Using Genetic Engineering to Eliminate Abnormal Cells in Cell Therapies Batches
Using technology to improve the diagnostic process for patients with a rare disease
Network brings scientists together to increase Canada’s understanding of rare diseases
Patient Partnership in Juvenile idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) research
Dr. Deborah Marshall's research group example of patient partnership
Pan-Canadian Genome Library: Dr. Guillaume Bourque and his team receive $15 million to create a first-of-its-kind genome library
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