Dr. Bruce Clayman
Dr. Bruce Clayman is Professor at the Centre for Policy Research in Science and Technology at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver. Previously, he was SFU’s Dean of Graduate studies (1985-2000) and Vice-President, Research (1993-2004). He then served as the first President and CEO of the Great Northern Way Campus (2004-2006). He has served as President of the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies, of the Western Association of Graduate Schools, and of the Canadian Association of Research Administrators (CAURA). He is a founding member of the Board of Directors of the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research. Dr. Clayman completed the requirements for his doctorate in condensed matter physics from Cornell in 1968 and was appointed to the SFU Physics Department in September of that year. He was promoted to full Professor in 1980. His research has attracted over $1M in funding and has resulted in over 100 publications in refereed journals, on physics and on the commercialization of university research.
Dr. Clayman chaired the SFU Research Ethics Review Committee for several years. He participated actively in the development of the successive drafts of what became the Tri-Council Policy Statement and represented CAURA on the Tri-Council Advisory Group (1999-2001). Dr. Clayman served as Chair of the Panel.
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