Annual Report 2010-2011
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Who We Are
- 13 Institutes spanning 4 research themes
- Spending by theme:
- Biomedical: $475 million (up from $161 million in 2000-01)
- Clinical: $129 million (up from $27 million in 2000-01)
- Health systems/services: $58 million (up from $5 million in 2000-01)
- Social/cultural/environmental/population health: $91 million (up from $9 million in 2000-01)
Applicants for CIHR funding are requested but not required to indicate the primary theme of their research. As such, the figures above do not reflect an additional $213M in CIHR investments for which no primary research theme was identified.
- Number of researchers/trainees supported in 2010-11: 14,139
- Number of partners in 2010-11: 279
- Academic: 47
- International: 45
- Private: 9
- Volunteer: 117
- Public: 61
Where We've Been
Regional Institutions with CIHR-funded Health Researchers 1999-2000 / 2010-11
CIHR Expenditures by Region (in millions of dollars) 1999-2000 / 2010-11
Excludes Direct Payments. Excludes Operating Expenditures and Partner Contributions. Source: CIHR funding database.
Funding by Program Type 1999-2000 / 2010-11
Including CRC, CECR and NCE (in millions of dollars)
* Other includes: Open Competitions, Ethics, and Knowledge Synthesis and Exchange.
Impact of Collaborations with Canada, 1985-2008
* Average Relative Impact Factor (ARIF) is an indicator of the quality of journals in which results are published. Score of 1 is the world average.
Where We're Going
Average Grant Amount 1999-2000 / 2009-10*
Open Operating Grant Program (in thousands)
* Average amounts based on the average funding for the first fiscal year of grants awarded (at the time the results are adjudicated by Research and Knowledge Translation Committee / Scientific Council).
Cumulative Total Funds Directly Leveraged by CIHR Investments Since 2005-06 (in millions of dollars)
*The "other government department (OGD) partner contributions" are contributions from federal government departments/agencies and are included in CIHR's expenditure budget. The OGD contributions are transferred to CIHR's appropriation through Annual Reference Level Update (ARLU) and the Supplementary Estimates processes.
Partner Contributions on flow-through fund programs (Networks of Centres of Excellence, Centres of Excellence for Commercialization and Research) are not leveraged funds.
Foreign Collaboration: Percentage of Papers from Each Country with Co-authors from Another Country
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