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Dahdaleh Institute Researchers Awarded Major Funding from SSHRC

Dahdaleh Institute Researchers Awarded Major Funding from SSHRC


Published on 23 June 2022

Congratulations to Dahdaleh Institute faculty fellow and PI Amrita Daftary and director and co-applicant James Orbinski, who received a 3-year Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Partnership Development Grant for "A Global Partnership to Elevate a Social Science Gaze on the Problem of Tuberculosis." We are delighted to have SSHRC funding support to strengthen our partnership and collaboration with our colleagues at SSHIFTB, Maastricht University, and South Africa's Human Sciences Research Council.

And congratulations to Steven Hoffman and Mathieu Poirier along with their co-applicants, Faculty Fellow Tarra Penney and Associate Director Mary Wiktorowicz, who received a 7-year SSHRC Partnership Grant, "Governing the Global Antimicrobial Commons in a Sustainable, Acceptable, Fair and Effective (SAFE) Manner." This international initiative unites research centres, leaders, and disciplines to better understand and address the root social processes, structures, and power dynamics that drive antimicrobial resistance, beyond what could be accomplished by any one country, centre, or discipline alone.


Global Health & Humanitarianism, Global Health Foresighting, Planetary Health



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Mary E. Wiktorowicz, Associate Director
Tarra Penney, Faculty Fellow, Faculty of Health
Amrita Daftary, Faculty Fellow, Faculty of Health
Steven J. Hoffman, Dahdaleh Distinguished Chair in Global Governance & Legal Epidemiology

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