The Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation recognises that collaborative partnerships can increase the impact of medical research. We are proud to be working together with the following Academic Partners.

Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation

The Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI) is a multidisciplinary health and biomedical research institute devoted to improving the health of individuals and communities through research innovation.

IHBI’s research focus includes; chronic disease and ageing, health determinants and health systems, and injury preventation and trauma management. IHBI partners¬†with other universities, hospitals, medical research institutes, industry and government. The IHBI teams are multidisciplinary, so complete pictures are built up that include underlying biologics, genetic risks, social and environmental factors, human behaviour, clinical care, and wellness after treatment.

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The Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR)

The Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR) is an innovative organization that engages existing academic research resources and facilitates the development of new research, research capacity and effective knowledge translation.

With a network of academic researchers from across Canada, it serves as a focal point for 43 Canadian universities who have agreed to work together in addressing the health research requirements of the Canadian military, Veterans and their families. The institute serves all Canadian stakeholders interested in military and Veteran health research and acts as a conduit between the academic community, government organizations (eg. National Defence and Veterans Affairs Canada and Health Canada), industry and similar international organizations. The CIMVHR research program ensures sustainability through increased public awareness and public-private funding.

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