Several HALO researchers and graduate students made their way to Niagara Falls for the annual scientific conference of the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology. Dr. Pat Longmuir was nominated for the Certified Member Presentation Competition Award. All presenters did HALO proud. A list of the presentations is provided below.

  • Cameron JD, Sigal RJ, Kenny GP, Holcik M, Doucette S, Alberga AS, Walsh J, Prud’homme D, Hadjiyannakis S, Gunnell K, D’Angiulli A, Goldfield GS. Changes in Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Are Associated with Improvements in Diabetes Risk Factors after Exercise Training in Adolescents with Obesity: the HEARTY randomized controlled trial.
  • Guerrero MD, Walsh JJ, Barnes JD, Goldfield G, Tremblay MS. Associations between meeting the Canadian 24-hour movement behaviours and impulsivity control in school-aged children.
  • Lee J. Y Kids Academy Program Increases Knowledge of Healthy Living in Young Adolescents.
  • Longmuir P. Sensitivity, Specificity and Reliability of the Get Active Questionnaire for children with/without special considerations for physical activity.
  • Moncion K. Children with cardiomyopathy face unique and disease-centred barriers to physical activity.
  • Moncion K. Physical activity and submaximal exercise capacity of children with cardiomyopathy are similar to healthy children.
  • Tremblay MS, Barnes JD, Cameron C, Carson V, Chaput JP, Colley RC, Faulkner GEJ, Janssen I, Kramers R, Saunders TJ, Spence JC, Tucker P, Vanderloo LM. Results from Canada’s 2018 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth.
  • Walsh JJ, Barnes JD, Cameron JD, Goldfield GS, Chaput J-P, Gunnell KE, Ledoux A-A, Zemek R, Tremblay MS. Associations between adherence to the 24-hour movement guidelines and global cognition in school-aged children.
  • Walsh JJ, Nowak-Flück D, Pontifex MB, Tremblay MS, McManus AM. Associations between neurovascular coupling and cognitive function in school-aged children: a pilot study.