ICLR is building a network of researchers seeking to advance knowledge about how to reduce disaster losses. We seek to involve individuals from all disciplines. We also seek to involve academic and public sector researchers. And ICLR is requesting funding to help build and maintain the network. Health Canada has partnered with ICLR to establish a research network to study the social and health impacts of disasters.
Quality, multi-disciplinary research needs to be the foundation for improved management of disaster. Please contact us to let us know about work you have completed, and your future research interests. We will work to connect researchers with others interested in complementary work, data and other supports. ICLR’s workshop program provides a forum for you to share your findings and learn about identified research needs. Participation in ICLR’s research network can also help secure financial assistance. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Consider attaching your curriculum vitae, and please monitor this site as we advance our network program.
Natural Disaster Health Research Network (NDHRN) members interested in becoming a member of the Canadian Climate Impacts and Adaptation Research Network (C-CIARN) should click on the following link and follow the instructions on the C-CIARN website: http://www.c-ciarn.ca/index_e.asp
The Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction
Toronto Office 20 Richmond Street East, Suite 210, Toronto, Ontario M5C 2R9 Tel: (416) 364-8677 Fax: (416) 364-5889
London Office Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel Laboratory Western University 1151 Richmond Street, London, Canada N6A 5B9 Tel: (519) 661-3234 Fax: (519) 661-4273