Helping to identify priority research areas
Community partners are crucial to the research work at SAIL. We engage community partners to identify priority research areas. This helps guarantee that our clinical and basic science research remains at the forefront and continues to address relevant research questions.
SAIL also works with these partners to inform the general public of our research interests and our exciting research findings. We also work to ensure our research is effectively disseminated to other clinicians and basic science researchers to help inform infectious disease and aging research fields, and contribute to improved treatments for chronic viral infection and improved health in aging.
- AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia
- Association of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Disease Canada
- Canadian Center for Vaccinology
- Canadian Coinfection Cohort
- Canadian Immunization Research Network
- Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging
- Canadian Society for Clinical Investigation
- Canadian Society for Immunology
- Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
- Hepatitis Outreach Society of Nova Scotia