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Letter of intent (LOI) results

2012 Competition - Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE)

The NCE Secretariat is pleased to announce the results of the Letter of Intent phase of the 2012 NCE Network Competition.

The NCE Steering Committee has accepted the recommendation of the NCE Selection Committee. Out of 32 eligible Letters of Intent received, the Steering Committee has invited the following 9 proposed new NCE Networks (listed in alphabetical order) to submit Full Applications:

Scientific Director Network Name Host Institution Primary Target Area
S&T Priority Area STIC
Sub-priority Area
Drummond, James Canadian Advanced Polar Science Network Dalhousie University Natural resources and energy Arctic (resource production, climate change adaptation, monitoring)
Harvey, Edward Canadian Orthopaedic Trauma Network The Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre Health and related life sciences and technologies Regenerative medicine
Heyland, Daren Technology Evaluation in the Elderly Network Queen’s University Health and related life sciences and technologies Health in an aging population
Lewis, Marlon Marine Environmental Observation, Prediction and Response Network Dalhousie University Environmental science and technologies Water (health, energy, security)
Paus, Tomas Trans-generational Brain & Body Network Baycrest Health and related life sciences and technologies Neuroscience
Prato, Frank Molecular Imaging Network University of Western Ontario Health and related life sciences and technologies Health in an aging population
Smith, Donald Canadian Research Integration & Innovation in Biofuels Sustainability Network McGill University Natural resources and energy Biofuels, fuel cells and nuclear energy
Wilson, Brian BioMedLight Canada Université Laval Health and related life sciences and technologies Neuroscience
Wolfson, Michael Population Health and Aging Research Network University of Ottawa Health and related life sciences and technologies Health in an aging population