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Name of the PI(s)

Organization/Agency

Title of Project

Amount (Year)

Adamo

The W. Garfield Foundation Award in Obesity and Reproductive Health

Do built environment neighborhood characteristics predict gestational weight gain?

$18,000

(2013)

Adamo

SOGH

Workshop

Obesity and Fetal Programming: How Important is 9 Months Anyway?

$2500

(2013)

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

CIHR – INMD bridge funding

Activity Begins in Childhood (ABC)- a randomized controlled trial to inspire healthy active behaviour in preschoolers

$100,000

(2012-2013)

Adamo

Ottawa Dragon Boat Foundation

Maternal Obesity Management ‘MOM’ Trial

$30,000

(2010-2014)

Adamo

Canada Foundation for Innovation – IOF

Infrastructure Operating Fund: HALO Research Lab

$8,000

(2010-2013)

Adamo

Ministry of Research and Innovation

Tackling the childhood obesity epidemic- starting with MOM

$30,000

(2009-2014)

Adamo

CIHR Team grant

The maternal obesity management (MOM) trial: a lifestyle intervention during pregnancy to minimize downstream obesity

$60,000

(2009-2013)

Adamo

CIHR

Critical Periods of Body Weight Regulation: A Women’s Health Perspective. SOMET: Sherbrooke-Ottawa-Montreal Emerging Team

$300,000

(2008-2013)

Borghese/Larouche/Leblanc

CIHR

Café Scientifique

$3000

(2013)

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)

Goldfield

CHEO-RI/Faculty Health Sciences

Effects of Methylphenidate (Ritaline) on Energy Balance in Obese Adolescents

$15,000

(2010-2013)

Longmuir

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario Spark Advocacy Development Grant


Physical literacy for Ontario children: Creating an advocacy action plan to prevent heart disease and stroke through physical literacy
screening in paediatric health care

$4,990

(2012-2013)

Longmuir

Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion and Sport, Healthy Communities Fund

Healthy lifestyles for children with complex heart problems

$63,950

(2011-2013)

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/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

The Lawson Foundation

Outdoor play promotion: systematic reviews and position stand

$95,000

(2013-2014)

Tremblay

The Borealis Foundation

Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research

$25,000

(2012-2013)

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/Onywera

Pennington Biomedical Research Center (co-ordinating center)

International Study of

Childhood Obesity,

Lifestyles and the

Environment (ISCOLE)

Kenya Site

$144,500

(2011-2014)

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)

figure-grants-2013
Figure: Number of grants held and amount of funds held as principal or co-principal investigator (attributed to 2013) by HALO Research Group from 2006 to 2013. Between 2006 and 2013, there was a 300% increase in the number of grants held and a 641% increase in the amount held. Between 2012 and 2013, there was a 20% decrease in the number of grants held and a 24% decrease in the amount held.