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Brad Hoffman Aug 23
It's not enough to support the creation of the Naylor report, we now have to start following the recommendations in the report and start supporting science in this country in a more meaningful way
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Gareth Lim Aug 22
I think.. in fact... I KNOW that one of the simplest ways is to
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John Trant Aug 22
Discoveries are the least of it . We train the next generation of qualified employees. We work with Canadian industry to provide competitive advantage. Supporting research isn't about future discovery. It's about concretely strengthening Canada now
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Steven Kerfoot Aug 22
Thank you for taking an interest in this. Investments in research are direct investments in the future and health of Canadians. The best way to support research in Canada is to fully implement your Fundamental Science Review.
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Jonathan Schertzer (SchertzerLab) Aug 22
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Andrea Stuart 13h
Great to hear Liberal referring to the Naylor report as a roadmap for research going forward
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Randy McIntosh May 6
Replying to @ar0mcintosh
I didn’t want to write this blog. Scientists aren’t supposed to complain. But I’m gonna anyway. It’s the science that drives us.
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Dr. Liisa Galea May 26
Urging CDN health researchers (incl. trainees) to answer questions on priorities: 6 surveys on trainee support, Institute support, Project Grants, KT, $$ priorities & impact. remember to diversity means better science & impact
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Katalin Toth Aug 22
The path to support Canadian science has been quite eloquently laid out in the Naylor report in April 2017. It is still not fully implemented. Why? Just .
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Marco A Maximo Prado Aug 22
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Tiina Kauppinen Aug 22
Naylor report already 2017 provided quite elegant plan
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Ayesha Saleem, PhD Sep 3
That you should’ve nearly completed aims 1 and 2 and maybe even published 1 of them ? Took time to get my head around the concept of retroactive project funding. I see why it’s done. Don’t buy it though. Moving forward definitely
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Evidence 4 Democracy May 6
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Toronto Science Policy Network Aug 22
Our first panelist is Dr. , Professor of Medicine He's recognized for his contributions to health research & policy - notably chairing Canada's Fundamental Science Review, resulting in a set of recommendations AKA the Naylor Report
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Michael Hoffman Aug 23
Thanks for supporting this important driver of the country. When will we get full implementation of your government's Fundamental Science Review?
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TheSpicySequel Jul 8
, we’re hearing that has made some pretty awful comments about autism parents. Is this true?
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Susie Clee Aug 22
simple- FULLY implement the recommendations of the Naylor Report, including funding levels for open programs.
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Morgan Fullerton May 30
Couldn’t agree more. Too much great and innovative research will go unfunded. More $$ plus a continued redirection away from strategic and flashy new initiatives. The solution is clear
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Ilse Treurnicht Aug 26
Best dog Oscar is sleeping off sedation from follow-up endoscopy in Guelph today. Great surgical outcome. Now getting stronger for the election campaign
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Tyler Watt 🇨🇦 Jul 10
MPP came out to talk to parents and advocates of children with autism. Baber put together a report that recommends needs-based therapy for the Ontario Autism Program. This needs to happen now.
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