$2 million investment accelerates impact of new nexus for pandemics and biological threats research

Canadian philanthropist and entrepreneur Stephen Jarislowsky has made a $2-million gift to create a new research chair in pandemic research and prevention at McMaster.

The Stephen A. Jarislowsky Chair in Pandemic Research and Prevention is a cornerstone of the recently launched Global Nexus for Pandemics and Biological Threats, an international network of McMaster researchers from many disciplines and other partners with a single goal: preventing future pandemics and mitigating global health threats like antimicrobial resistance.

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