The Prevention in the Early Years research program at the University of Ottawa focuses on early intervention and upstream prevention of the intergenerational cycle of obesity and metabolic disease. Specifically, they investigate the relationship between pregnancy and downstream health, and also explore the applicability of healthy active living intervention strategies during key phases of growth, development and determination of long term health (i.e. intrauterine, preschool).  As part of this responsibility, they have a mandate to train students, professors, clinicians and researchers to assist in the development of future leaders and thinkers in this area of research.

HALO Affiliate Investigator Dr. Kristi Adamo and her research team are looking for a full-time Research Coordinator for 24 months (with possibility of extension) to work within a dynamic multi-disciplinary team. The Research Coordinator will function as a coordinator/manager for the day-to-day operations of several trials and research projects, including SmartMoms-Canada, an app-based mobile health intervention project.

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