Between 2006 and 2016, there was a 250% increase in the number of grants held and a 1023% increase in the amount held. Between 2015 and 2016, there was a 8% increase in the number of grants held and a 15% decrease in the amount held.

This table represents the grants for which HALO Investigators are assigned Principal Investigators or directly receive funding. This does not include all other projects that our investigators are involved with in the capacity of Co-Principal Investigators or Co-Investigators or participants.

 

PI(s) Organization/Agency Title of Project Amount (Year)
Chaput/Katz CIHR Mobilizing the healthcare community towards an integrated approach to improving outcomes of patients with sleep disorders – Canadian Sleep and Circadian Network (CSCN) $200,000
(2015-2020)
Chaput CHEO Research Institute (Research Growth Award) Effects of increasing sleep duration on insulin sensitivity in adolescents having risk factors for type 2 diabetes $30,000
(2016-2017)
Chaput Ministry of Research and Innovation (Early Researcher Awards program) A good night’s sleep to prevent type 2 diabetes in adolescents $150,000
(2016-2021)
Chaput Canadian Obesity Network (CON Local Chapter Grant) Treating severe obesity in children with dignity $1,500
(2016-2017)
Goldfield Heart & Stroke Foundation Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Cigarettes on Adiposity and Metabolism in Young Children $288,397
(2013-2016)
Goldfield CHEO-RI Research Growth Award Ramping up Neurocognition (RUN): Effects of physical activity on cognitive development in Kindergarten children $30,000
(2016-2017)
Goldfield CHEO Research Institute and University of Ottawa Effects of Methylphenidate on Weight Loss and Energy Balance in Obese Youth $15,000
(2016-2018)
Longmuir Canadian Institutes for Health Research New Investigator Salary Award $300,000
(2016-2021)
Longmuir Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada LIFE and Health for Young Children with Congenital Heart Defects $254,244
(2013-2016)
Longmuir/Graham Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund Fearless Physical Activity: Buildling Physical Literacy among Ontarians with Congenital Heart Disease $186,934
(2016-2018)
Longmuir Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Research Evaluation of the Get Active Questionnaire for Children (3 to 15 years of age) $9,440
(2016-2017)
Longmuir/Pohl CHEO Research Institute Enhancing Physical Activity in Children with Epilepsy: Impact on Sleep and Fatigue $30,000
(2014-2016)
Longmuir/Tremblay Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund Putting physical literacy within REACH $129,000
(2013-2016)
Longmuir/Tremblay Ontario Trillium Foundation The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Building the Capacity of Ontario’s Sport and Recreation Sector to Enable Healthy, Active Lifestyles in Children $474,200
(2013-2017)
Tremblay Public Health Agency of Canada (Healthy Living Fund) Development of the Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines for the early years $293,996
(2016-2017)
Tremblay Public Health Agency of Canada (Healthy Living Fund) Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth: Phase2 – integration and activation $1,165,000
(2016-2019)
Tremblay Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Medical Student Summer Studentship grant Smartphone accelerometer validation study $5,000
(2016)
Tremblay Organix Foundation
CHEO Foundation
Physical activity and healthy brain development white paper $5,000
$5,000
(2016)
Tremblay/Carson CIHR Knowledge Synthesis Grant Update of the Canadian Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for the Early Years $100,000
(2016-2017)
Tremblay/Carson CIHR Knowledge Synthesis Grant Update of the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for the Early Years $100,000
(2016-2017)
Tremblay Employment and Social Development Canada Summer student grant $13,560
(2016)
Tremblay CSEP
Conference Board of Canada
HALO
PHAC
University of Alberta
Canadian Integrated Movement Behaviour Guidelines $813,375
(2014-2016)
Tremblay The Lawson Foundation
The CHEO Foundation
(matching)
HALO Junior Research Chair Program $508,250
$508,250
(2010-2017)
Tremblay ParticipACTION/PHAC Learn to Play CAPL Monitoring $300,000
(2014-2017)
Tremblay Mitacs-Accelerate Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy – Graduate Research Program $466,667 (2014-2017)
Tremblay ParticipACTION/RBC Learn to Play CAPL Monitoring $300,000
(2014-2017)
Tremblay/Larouche Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada Active transportation, independent mobility, and physical activity among school children: a multi-site study $216,692
(2015-2018)