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The OTS facilitates, encourages and adjudicates clinical, epidemiological and basic scientific research to prevent, diagnose and treat respiratory disease and promote respiratory health. The Research Advisory Committee (RAC) of the OTS coordinates the review process, prioritizes applications and oversees the distribution of funds for the Ontario Lung Association’s Team Breathe (GIA) award program and Breathing as One award program. These vital programs provides much-needed funding to respiratory research in the province.

The OTS and the Ontario Lung Association are proud of the class of academic excellence currently being supported and will strive to carry forward this high level of quality.

For more information on research currently or previously funded, or to learn how to apply for funding for your own research, please visit the research page at lungontario.ca/research.