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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.

Name of the PI(s) Organization/Agency Title of Project Amount (Year)
Adamo CIHR New Investigator Award $300,000

(2012-2017)

Adamo CIHR Activity Begins in Childhood (ABC)- a randomized controlled trial to inspire healthy active behaviour in preschoolers $307,482

(2012-2014)

Adamo CHEO Research Institute Does regular physical activity during pregnancy effect placental gene expression? $30,000

(2014-2015)

Adamo The W. Garfield Weston Foundation award in Obesity and Reproductive Health The Effects of Obesity on Placental Gene Expression and Fetal Growth $18,000

(2014-2015)

Adamo Ministry of Research and Innovation Tackling the childhood obesity epidemic- starting with MOM $30,000

(2009-2014)

Adamo Ottawa Dragon Boat Foundation Maternal Obesity Management ‘MOM’ Trial $30,000

(2010-2014)

Buchholz CIHR Canadian Pediatric Weight Management Registry (CANPWR): Identifying the characteristics of successful change in Canadian pediatric weight management programs. $50, 000.00

(2012-2017)

Chaput CIHR Effects of active video games on energy balance: a randomized crossover study in adolescents $100,000

(2012-2014)

 

Goldfield Heart & Stroke Foundation Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Cigarettes on Adiposity and Metabolism in Young Children $288,397

(2013-2016)

Hadjiyannakis Ontario Medical Association (OMA) and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) – AHSC AFP INNOVATION FUND – CHAMO Innovation Fund A New Clinical Staging Tool for Pediatric Obesity: Association with Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Quality of Life in Youth with Obesity $64,359.00

(2014-2016)

Hadjiyannakis CHEO Research Institute and Clinical Research Unit Clinical Research Capacity-Building Award Pediatric Research on Eating Disorders and Obesity $120,000.00

(2014-2017)

Longmuir Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada LIFE and Health for Young Children with Congenital Heart Defects $254,244

(2013-2016)

Longmuir Ontario Sport and Recreation Community Fund Putting Physical Literacy within REACH (Recreation, Education, Allied health, Coaching, Health care) $129,967

(2013-2015)

Longmuir/Pohl CHEO Research Institute Enhancing Physical Activity in Children with Epilepsy: Impact on Sleep and Fatigue $30,000

(2014-2015)

Longmuir Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario LIFFE for Cardiac Kids through Physical Activity $4993

(2014-2015)

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

(2013-2016)

Tremblay Active Healthy Kids Canada 2014 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card $130,000

(2013-2014)

Tremblay The Lawson Foundation Outdoor play promotion: systematic reviews and position stand $130,000

(2013-2014)

Tremblay/Chaput Pennington Biomedical Research Center (co-ordinating center) International Study of

Childhood Obesity,

Lifestyle and the

Environment (ISCOLE)

Canadian Site

$420,000

(2011-2015)

Tremblay ParticipACTION 2015 Report Card on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth $87,000

(2014-2015)

Tremblay The Lawson Foundation

The CHEO Foundation (matching)

HALO Junior Research Chair Program $508,250

$508,250

(2010-2015)

Tremblay Trevor Doyle

CHEO Foundation (matching)

Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research $500,000

$500,000

(2010-2015)

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 Mitacs Graduate Research Internship Grant Knowledge, awareness and uptake of new Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines $15,000

(2014)

 

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