Figure 1. Number of grants held as principal or co-principal investigator (attributed to 2018) by HALO Research Group and trends since 2006.
Figure 2. Amount of funds held as principal or co-principal investigator (attributed to 2018) by HALO Research Group and trends since 2006.
2018
PI(s) Organization/Agency Title of Project Amount (Year)
Chaput/King Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation Manipulating light wavelength to improve sleep $10,000 (2017-2018)
Chaput/Katz Canadian Institutes of Health Research 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 (2016-2018)
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)
Longmuir 2018 Xinhua-uOttawa Joint Clinical Research Project Grant The benefits of physical activity training for young children with cerebral palsy 149,750 RMB (2018)
Goldfield Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Ramping Up Neurcognition (RUN): the impact of a teacher-led active play intervention on kindergarten children’s cognitive, social and emotional development $271,280 (2017-2022)
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/Sawdon Ontario Trillium Foundation Physical activity in the lives of children with failing hearts $71,700 (2017-2018)
Longmuir Canadian Institutes of Health Research Impacting child physical and mental health outcomes in congenital heart disease: a randomized, controlled, multi-centre trial of enhanced physical activity support in clinical care to decrease the burden of disease and treatment-related morbidity $424,575 (2017-2020)
Longmuir Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund Access ON childhood physical literacy: assessing and supporting the physical literacy of Ontario children with medical conditions and disabilities $253,205 (2017-2019)
Longmuir Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation Early Researcher Award LIFFE for cardiac kids through physical activity $150,000 (2017-2022)
Longmuir Canadian Institutes of Health Research New Investigator Salary Award $300,000 (2016-2021)
Longmuir/Graham Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund Fearless physical activity: building physical literacy among Ontarians with congenital heart disease $186,934
(2016-2018)
Tremblay Mitacs Accelerate Grant From the ParticipACTION Physical Activity Report Card for Children and Youth and the Global Matrix 3.0: Evaluation and Strategic Harmonization $15,000 (2018)
Tremblay The Lawson Foundation Development of an assessment of the Forest and Nature School early childhood education and development program in Canada $50,000 (2018)
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 CIHR Meeting Grant International Surveillance Study of 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for the Early Years (SUNRISE) $20,000 (2018)
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)
2017
PI(s) Organization/Agency Title of Project Amount (Year)
Chaput/King Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation Manipulating light wavelength to improve sleep $10,000
(2017-2018)
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 Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Ramping up Neurcognition (RUN): the impact of a teacher-led active play intervention on kindergarten children’s cognitive, social and emotional development $271,280
(2017-2022)
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/Sawdon Ontario Trillium Foundation Physical activity in the lives of children with failing hearts $71,700
(2017-2018)
Longmuir Canadian Institutes of Health Research Impacting child physical and mental health outcomes in congenital heart disease: a randomized, controlled, multi-centre trial of enhanced physical activity support in clinical care to decrease the burden of disease and treatment-related morbidity $424,575
(2017-2020)
Longmuir Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund Access ON childhood physical literacy: assessing and supporting the physical literacy of Ontario children with medical conditions and disabilities $253,205
(2017-2019)
Longmuir University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine Summer Studentship Access ON childhood physical literacy $6,500
(2017)
Longmuir Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation Early Researcher Award LIFFE for cardiac kids through physical activity $150,000
2017-2022
Longmuir Canadian Institutes for Health Research New Investigator Salary Award $300,000
(2016-2021)
Longmuir/Graham Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund Fearless Physical Activity: Building 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/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 Mitacs Accelerate Grant From the ParticipACTION Physical Activity Report Card to the Global Matrix 3.0: Impact Evaluation and Strategy Development $15,000
(2017)
Tremblay CHEO Research Institute Summer Studentship $6,000
(2017)
Tremblay Canada Summer Jobs Grant Summer Studentship (2) $13,680
(2017)
Tremblay CHEO Research Institute Summer Studentship Support $5,000
(2017)
Tremblay The Lawson Foundation 60th Anniversary Award $100,000
(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/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 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)
2016
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)
2015
Name of the PI(s) Organization/Agency Title of Project Amount (Year)
Adamo PHAC Pregnancy – a critical window for behaviour change and prevention of excessive weight gain using mobile and other technologies $1,500,000 (2015-2020)
Adamo CIHR New Investigator Award $300,000 (2012-2017)
Adamo CIHR Does maternal physical activity affect placenta biology? A multi-tiered approach. $835,000 (2015-2020)
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)
Buchholz CIHR Canadian Pediatric Weight Management Registry (CANPWR): Identifying the characteristics of successful change in Canadian pediatric weight management programs. $50,000 (2012-2017)
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)
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 (2014-2016)
Hadjiyannakis CHEO Research Institute and Clinical Research Unit Clinical Research Capacity-Building Award Pediatric Research on Eating Disorders and Obesity $120,000 (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 $4,993 (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/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 CSEP Conference Board of Canada HALO PHAC University of Alberta Canadian Integrated Movement Behaviour Guidelines $813,375 (2014-2016)
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 (2010-2017)
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 Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada Active transportation, independent mobility, and physical activity among school children: a multi-site study $216,692 (2015-2018)
Tremblay University of Ottawa Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Systematic review of the type and prevalence of mental health problems and evidence for effective methods to treat mental health disorders among adolescents with a life-threatening heart rhythm disorder $1,500 (2015)
2014
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)
2013
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)
2012
Name of the PI(s) Organization/Agency Title of Project Amount (Year)
Adamo W. Garfield Weston Foundation The effects of obesity and excessive gestational weight gain (GWG) on placental lipid transport and fetal growth $20,000 (2012)
Adamo CIHR Activity Begins in Childhood (ABC)- a randomized controlled trial to inspire healthy active behaviour in preschoolers $153,000 (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 CIHR Obesity Prevention from Conception: a workshop to guide the development of a panCanadian trial targeting the gestational period $21,600 (2012)
Adamo HSFC Activity Begins in Childhood (ABC)- a randomized controlled trial to inspire healthy active behaviour in preschoolers $78,000 (2012) *Awarded but declined
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)
Chaput CIHR Effects of active video games on energy balance: a randomized crossover study in adolescents $100,000 (2012-2013)
Chaput CHEO-RI Sedentary time and markers of cardiometabolic risk in children and youth: a randomized crossover study $30,000 (2011-2012)
Chaput Nordea Foundation Effects of impaired sleep on energy balance: a randomized, 2-condition, crossover study in adolescents $750,200 (2009-2012)
Colley/Longmuir CIHR PAR-Q 4 KIDS: An ethical approach for encouraging children to participate in higher intensity or maximal effort physical activity $25,000 (2012)
Goldfield Heart & Stroke Foundation The Preschoolers Activity Trial $140,000 (2010-2012)
Golfield CHEO-RI/Faculty Health Sciences Effects of Methylphenidate (Ritaline) on Energy Balance in Obese Adolescents $15,000 (2010-2012)
Golfield Heart & Stroke Foundation Family-Based Behavioural Treatment of Childhood Obesity Via Internet: A Randomized Controlled Trial $100,000 (2007-2012)
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)
Tremblay The Borealis Foundation Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research $25,000 (2012-2013)
Tremblay ParticipACTION CAPL Development $10,000 (2012)
Tremblay/Chaput Pennington Biomedical Research Center (co-ordinating center) International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyles 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 CIHR Knowledge Synthesis Development of Canadian physical activity guidelines for preschool aged children $100,000 (2011-2012)
Tremblay PHAC Innovation Strategy Calibrating early lifestyles to manage obesity: a health and education practitioner intervention approach $248,333 (2011-2012)
Tremblay Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion and Sport Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy Development $40,000 (2011-2012)
Tremblay ParticipACTION Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy Development $30,000 (2011-2012)
Tremblay Borealis Foundation CHEO Foundation (matching) Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research $200,000 $200,000 (2009-2012)
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)
2011
Name of the PI(s) Organization / Agency Title of Submission Amount (Year)
Adamo Ministry of Research and Innovation Tackling Obesity – starting with MOM $190,000 (2009-2014)
Adamo Ottawa Dragon Boat Foundation Research- intervention Trial ‘MOM trial’ $90,000 (2010-2013)
Adamo Canadian Institutes of Health Research Team (SOMET) Maternal Obesity Management ‘MOM’ Trial 300,000 (2009 – 2013)
Adamo Canada Foundation for Innovation- IOF Infrastructure Operating Fund: HALO Research Lab $24,000 (2010-2013)
Adamo University of Ottawa Faculty of Health Science/CHEO RI Partnership Grant: Exploring the role of the insulin-like growth factor axis in overweight/obese mothers undergoing a lifestyle intervention 13,534 (2010-2011)
Chaput CHEO-RI Sedentary time and markers of cardiometabolic risk in children and youth: a randomized crossover study $30,000 (2011-2012)
Chaput Nordea Foundation Effects of playing video games on energy balance in adolescents $450,750 (2009-2011)
Chaput Nordea Foundation Effects of impaired sleep on energy balance: a randomized, 2-condition, crossover study in adolescents $750,200 (2009-2012)
Colley Ontario Thoracic Society / Canadian Lung Association Co-Existent Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Obesity: Finding NEAT Targets for Intervention $49,177 (2010-2011)
Colley Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute Understanding the factors that enable or inhibit physical activity engagement in obese and non-obese children $29,025 (2010-2011)
Colley Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute – Summer Studentship Understanding the factors that enable or inhibit physical activity engagement in obese and non-obese children $5,252 (2011)
Goldfield Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada $139,645 (2010-2012)
Goldfield CHEO/Faculty Health Sciences at University of Ottawa Effects of Methylphenidate (Ritalin) on Energy Balance in Obese Adolescents $15,000 (2010-2011)
Longmuir Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion and Sport, Healthy Communities Fund Healthy lifestyles for children with complex heart problems. $63,950
(2011-2013)
Tremblay CIHR Examining the Folate Status of Canadians $95,000 (2011-2012)
Tremblay CAMBIO (IDRC) Strengthening CAMBIO - KIDS- CAN Collaboration to Fight Childhood Obesity in Canada, Mexico, Kenya $7,000 (2010-2011)
Tremblay Borealis Foundation CHEO Foundation Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research $200,000 $200,000 (matched by CHEO Foundation) (2009-2012)
Tremblay The Lawson Foundation CHEO Foundation HALO Junior Research Chair Program $508,250 $508,250 (matched by CHEO Foundation) (2010-2015)
Tremblay Active Healthy Kids Canada 2012 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card $110,000 (2011-12)
Tremblay University of Ottawa and Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Built and Social Environmental Determinants of PA and Obesity in Ottawa Neighbourhoods $14,986 (2008-2011)
Tremblay Trevor Doyle Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research $500,000 $500,000 (matched by CHEO Foundation) 2010-2015
Tremblay Public Health Agency of Canada Calibrating Early Lifestyles to Manage Obesity: A Health and Educational Practitioner Approach $248,333 (2011-2012)
Tremblay Public Health Agency of Canada Collaboration to Achieve Healthier Weights for Children and Youth: Innovation through Measurement and Knowledge Exchange $231,561 (2011-2012)
Tremblay/Chaput Pennington Biomedical Research Center International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyles and the Environment – Canada $420,000 (2011-2014)
Tremblay and Onywera Pennington Biomedical Research Center International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyles and the Environment – Kenya $144,500 (2011-2014)
Tremblay and Timmons Canadian Institutes of Health Research Development of Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for the Early Years $100,000 (2011-2012)
2010
Name of the PI(s) Organization / Agency Title of Submission Amount (Year)
Adamo Ottawa Dragon Boat Foundation Research- intervention Trial ‘MOM trial’ $90,000 (2010-2013)
Adamo Canadian Institutes of Health Research Team (SOMET) Maternal Obesity Management ‘MOM’ Trial 300,000 (2009 – 2013)
Adamo Canada Foundation for Innovation- IOF Infrastructure Operating Fund: HALO Research Lab $24,000 (2010-2013)
Adamo University of Ottawa Faculty of Health Science/CHEO RI Partnership Grant: Exploring the role of the insulin-like growth factor axis in overweight/obese mothers undergoing a lifestyle intervention 13,534 (2010-2011)
Chaput Nordea Foundation Effects of playing video games on energy balance in adolescents $450,750 (2009-2010)
Chaput Nordea Foundation Effects of impaired sleep on energy balance: a randomized, 2-condition, crossover study in adolescents $750,000 (2009-2011)
Colley Ontario Thoracic Society / Canadian Lung Association Co-Existent Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Obesity: Finding NEAT Targets for Intervention $49,177 (2010-2011)
Colley Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute Understanding the factors that enable or inhibit physical activity engagement in obese and non-obese children $29,025 (2010)
Colley Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute – Summer Studentship Understanding the factors that enable or inhibit physical activity engagement in obese and non-obese children $5,252 (2010)
Goldfield Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada $139,645 (2010-2012)
Goldfield CHEO/Faculty Health Sciences at University of Ottawa Effects of Methylphenidate (Ritalin) on Energy Balance in Obese Adolescents $15,000 (2010)
Hadjiyannakis AHSC AFP Innovation Fund A Tertiary Care Approach to the Management of Pediatric Obesity and its Co-morbidities $65,000 (2009-2011)
Tremblay CIHR Examining the Folate Status of Canadians $95,000 (2011-2012)
Tremblay CAMBIO (IDRC) Strengthening CAMBIO - KIDS- CAN Collaboration to Fight Childhood Obesity in Canada, Mexico, Kenya $7,000 (2010-2011)
Tremblay Borealis Foundation CHEO Foundation Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research $200,000 $200,000 (matched by CHEO Foundation) (2009-2012)
Tremblay The Lawson Foundation CHEO Foundation HALO Junior Research Chair Program $508,250 $508,250 (matched by CHEO Foundation) (2010-2015)
Tremblay Active Healthy Kids Canada 2010 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card $65,025 (2010)
Tremblay ParticipACTION Physical Literacy Test Development $15,000 (2010)
Tremblay Champlain Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Network Physical Literacy Test Development $10,000 (2010)
Tremblay Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion Assessment of Physical Literacy: Feasibility and Pilot Study $30,000 (2010)
Tremblay CIHR – IHDCYH Creation of a Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Development and Validation $74,927 (2009-2010)
Tremblay University of Ottawa and Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Built and Social Environmental Determinants of PA and Obesity in Ottawa Neighbourhoods $14,986 (2008-2010)
2009
Name of the PI(s) Organization / Agency Title of Submission Status
Adamo Ministry of Research and Innovation Tackling the childhood obesity epidemic- starting with MOM Research – Early Researcher Award program: Funding for graduate students and technicians Successful 2009-2014
Adamo Canadian Produce Marketing Association Evaluation of the Freggie Fridays Program in Ottawa Schools Research Trial Successful 2009-2010
Adamo Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Childhood Obesity Development and Progression: prevention from conception New Investigator – salary award Pending
Adamo University of Ottawa Faculty of Health Science / CHEO Research Institute Partnership Grant
Adamo Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Exploring the role of the insulin-like growth factor axis in overweight/ obese mothers undergoing a lifestyle intervention Research – start-up grant Unsuccessful
Adamo Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) The Maternal Obesity Management (MOM) Trial – A Lifestyle intervention during pregnancy to minimize downstream obesity Randomized control trial Unsuccessful
Colley Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute Understanding the roles and interplay of motor skills, fitness and preferences to increase physical activity engagement in overweight and obese children Pending
Colley (Co-PI) Katz (Co-PI) The Lung Association Co-Existent Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Obesity: Finding NEAT Targets for Intervention Pending
Colley University of Ottawa Faculty of Health Science / CHEO Research Institute Partnership Grant Validation of a sub-maximal treadmill protocol to measure fitness in overweight and obese children and youth Pending
Goldfield Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada Behavioural Engineering of Obese Children: A Randomized Controlled Trial Pending
Goldfield Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Effects of smoking during pregnancy on metabolism and adiposity in young children Unsuccessful
Sigal (PI), Goldfield, Hadjiyannakis & Kenny (Co-PIs) Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Healthy Eating, Aerobic and Resistance Training in Youth (HEARTY): A renewal Unsuccessful
Hadjiyannakis AHSC AFP Innovation Fund A Tertiary Care Approach to the Management of Pediatric Obesity and its Co-morbidities Successful 2009-2010
Lloyd Canadian Institutes of Health Research Operating Grant (Priority Announcement for New Investigators) Creation of a Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Development and Validation Successful 2009-2010
Lloyd CHEO Research Institute Summer Studentship 2009 Assessment of Physical Literacy: Feasibility and Pilot Study: Summer studentship Successful 2009
Lloyd (PI) Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Physical Literacy: Influence on Sport Participation in Canadian Children Pending
Tremblay (Co-PI) Lloyd (Co-PI) Champlain Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Network Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy – To conduct pilot testing on the second cycle of the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy Successful 2009-2010
Tremblay (PI) Lloyd (Co-PI) ParticipACTION Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy – To conduct pilot testing on the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy Successful 2009-2010
Tremblay (PI) Lloyd (Co-PI) Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy – pilot testing Successful 2009
Tremblay (PI) Lloyd (Co-PI) Public Health Agency of Canada Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy – knowledge, awareness and understanding Successful 2009
Tremblay Anonymous Donor CHEO Foundation (matching) Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Successful 2009-2012
Tremblay University of Ottawa Visiting Scholar Support for Dr. Vincent Onywera from Kenya Successful 2009
Tremblay CAMBIO – IDRC Visiting Fellowship for International Student (Pilar Rodriguez, Mexico) Successful 2009
Tremblay Active Healthy Kids Canada 2009 Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card Development and Support Successful 2009-2010
Tremblay The Lawson Foundation The CHEO Foundation HALO Junior Research Chairs Program Successful 2010-2015
Tremblay (for Travis Saunders) Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Doctoral Research Award – Relationship between sedentary time and metabolic health in children and youth Successful 2009-2011
Tremblay (PI) O’Connor (Co-PI) Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Examining the Folate Status of Canadians Pending 2010-2011
Tremblay (Co-PI) Lloyd (Co-PI) Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Children with and without movement difficulties: A 20-year follow up study of health related fitness and habitual physical activity Unsuccessful
2008
Name of the PI(s) Organization / Agency Title of Submission Status
Adamo (PI) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Through University of Ottawa / Team Grant CIHR Team in Critical Period of Body Weight Regulation: A Women’s Health Perspective (The MOM Study) Successful
Adamo (PI) Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI) – Infrastructure Operating Fund Childhood Obesity Research Group Successful
Adamo (PI) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) New Investigator Salary Award- Childhood Obesity Development and Progression: From Conception to Adulthood Pending
Adamo (PI) Ministry of Research and Innovation (MRI) (Ontario) – Early Researcher Award Tackling the childhood obesity epidemic-starting with MOM Pending
Adamo (PI) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) – RCT outline Maternal Obesity Management. A pregnancy specific RCT – the MOM trial Pending (Full submission – Sep. 2009)
Adamo (for Zach Ferraro) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Doctoral Research Award Application – Exploring maternal obesity and the intrauterine environment- can attenuation of gestational weight gain through a lifestyle intervention reverse programming of pediatric obesity? Pending
Colley Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) – Institute of Nutrition, Diabetes & Metabolism (INMD) Travel Award Based on competitive application funds provided towards expenses relating to the European Congress on Obesity (Geneva, Switzerland) Successful
Colley Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) Scholar Award – The promotion of non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT) to increase total energy expenditure and prevent behaviour compensation in obese adolescents at risk of developing type 2 diabetes Pending
Katz (Co-PI) Colley (Co-PI) Canadian Lung Association Co-existent Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Obesity: Finding NEAT targets for intervention Pending
Colley (PI) Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (CHEO-RI) The promotion of non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT) to increase total energy expenditure and prevent behaviour compensation in adolescents with the metabolic syndrome Unsuccessful
Goldfield (PI) Doucet (Co-PI) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Effects of Methylphenidate on Body Weight in Obese Adults: A Randomized double-blind, Placebo-controlled trial Unsuccessful
Lloyd (PI) Tremblay Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (CHEO-RI) Start-up / Feasibility Funds Assessment of Physical Literacy: Feasibility and Pilot Study Successful
Lloyd (PI) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) New Investigator AwardPriority Announcement for the Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health Pending
Lloyd (PI) Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (CHEO-RI) Summer Studentships 2009 Assessment of Physical Literacy: Feasibility and Pilot Study: Summer Studentship Pending
Lloyd (PI) Tremblay Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Operating Grant – Priority Announcement for New Investigators Creation of a Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Development and Validation Pending
Tremblay (PI) Active Health Kids Canada (AHKC) 2009 Report Card Development and Support Successful
Tremblay (PI) Public Health Agency of Canada Technical Paper for the WHO on Physical Activity Indicator Successful
Tremblay (PI) Lloyd Public Health Agency of Canada through AHKC Physical Literacy Test Development Successful
Tremblay (PI) Lloyd Ontario Physical and Health Education Association Physical Literacy Test Development Successful
Tremblay (PI) Lloyd Ottawa Catholic School Board Physical Literacy Test Development Successful
Tremblay (Co-PI) Prud’homme (Co-PI) University of Ottawa and Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Built and Social Environmental Determinants of Physical Activity and Obesity in Ottawa Neighbourhoods Pending
Tremblay (for Michelle Stone) Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario Post-doctoral Research Award Application – Harmonizing child health measurements through effective knowledge translation among Canadian obesity networks Pending
Tremblay Adamo (for Michelle Stone) Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) Post-doctoral Fellowship Application – Harmonizing health measurements for overweight and obese children and youth through effective communication and knowledge translation among obesity clinicians and researchers in Canada Pending
Tremblay (for Richard Larouche) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Doctoral Research Award Application – Impact of Non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT) and daily active commuting on physical activity, fitness and obesity: A randomized controlled trial Pending
Tremblay (for Richard Larouche) Fonds de la recherché en santé du Quebec Doctoral Scholarship Application – Impact of daily active commuting on aerobic capacity, cholesterol and obesity: A randomized controlled trial Pending
Tremblay (for Pilar Rodriguez) CAMBIO – IDRC Visiting Fellowship Application – Childhood Physical Pending
2007
YEAR AWARDEE FUNDING AGENCY GRANT/AWARD PROJECT
2007 Champlain Healthy School-Aged Children Initiative (Adamo – CHEO/HALO representative) Eastern Ontario Health Unit, Leeds Grenville & Lanark Health Unit, City of Ottawa, Heart & Stroke Foundation Ontario, Champlain LHIN, University of Ottawa Heart Institute, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario $115,000 Create and administer an attitudinal survey of parents to better understand perceptions, knowledge, and behaviours surrounding childhood overweight/obesity and related physical activity and healthy eating habits.
2007 - 2008 Adamo (PI) Hadjiyannakis Goldfield Dagenais Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) Innovation Grant $49,730 Establishment of pediatric obesity cohort: physiological and psychological predictors and determinants of impaired glucose homeostasis
2006 - 2007 Adamo (PI) Hadjiyannakis Goldfield Doucet Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (CHEO RI) $30,000 Appetite Signaling Proteins and Energy Intake in Obese Adolescents with Binge Eating Disorder
2007 Adamo (PI) Goldfield (Co-PI) Canadian Foundation of Innovation (CFI) Funding Infrastructure Grant $291,759 Childhood Obesity Research Unit Lab
2007 Prud’homme (PI) Adamo (project lead- pregnancy/maternal obesity) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) - Team grant $500,000 Establish a multidisciplinary research group that will investigate the problem of body weight regulation in women during three critical periods: gestation/post-partum, peri-menopause and menopause years.
2006 - 2007 Ball (PI) Goldfield Newton Spence Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) $15,000 A National Think Tank for Health Services Delivery and Research in Pediatric Weight Management
2005 - 2007 Colley Queensland University of Technology Tuition Fee Waiver Scholarship $20,000
2007 Faulkner (Co-PI) Plotnikoff (Co. PI) Tremblay Brawley Chad Spence Gauvin Bauman Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) – Interventional Research (Healthy Living) $99,885 The “new generation” ParticipACTION: A Baseline Assessment of National Organizational Capacity
2007 Feldman (PI) Tremblay and 10 other co-applicants Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) – Institute of Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis $64,985 Validation of accelerometry as a measure of PA and inactivity in children with chronic disease
2006 - 2008 Flament (PI) Goldfield Buchholz Henderson Provincial Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health $150,000 Examining a biopsychosocial model of the development of body image, eating behaviours and weight in youth: An Ontario prospective longitudinal Study
2006 - 2008 Goldfield (PI) Adamo (Co-PI) Hadjiyannakis Bouchard Lapierre Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) $150,000 Feasibility and short term efficacy of virtual reality immersion to increase physical activity in overweight or obese adolescents
2006 - 2007 Goldfield (PI) Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (CHEO RI) $30,000 Feasibility and short term efficacy of virtual reality immersion to increase physical activity in overweight or obese adolescents
2003 - 2008 Goldfield (PI) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) New Investigator Salary Award $250,000 Increasing Physical Activity in Obese Children
200602008 Goldfield (PI) Hadjiyannakis Mcgrath Sigal Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada $100,000 Family-based Behavioural Treatment for Childhood Obesity delivered by Internet: A Randomized Controlled Trial
2007 - 2008 Hadjiyannakis (PI) Adamo Goldfield Rutherford Pinto Gaboury Malcolm Keely Lawson Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (CHEO RI) $28,912 Prevalence of Makers of Insulin Resistance Among Offspring Exposed to Gestational Diabetes: A 13-17 Year Follow Up Study of a RCT Cohort
2006 - 2007 Hamilton (PI) Dean (PI) Amed (PI) Hadjiyannakis Sellers Panagiotopoulos Booth Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) $47,825 National Surveillance of non Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus in Canadian Children
2007 - 2008 Katz (PI) Hadjiyannakis Adamo Goldfield CHEO Research Institute Feasibility Grant Funding $30,000 Sleep Apnea in Obesity in Urban youth and its effect son Respiratory, Cardiovascular and Endocrine Systems (SOURCE)
2006 - 2010 Katzmarzyk (PI) Lopez Taylor (PI) Tremblay and 9 others Global Health Research Initiative Teasdale-Corti Team Grant (LOI also funded $15,000) $1,554,400 Emerging Childhood Obesity in Mexico: the Nutrition Transition and Double-edged Sword
2007 Keely (PI) Adamo (co-PI) Goldfield Hadjiyannakis Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Institute of Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes Workshop grant $15,000 Obesity and pregnancy- an opportune time for intervention to prevent long-term sequelae in mothers and their offspring
2007 Klassen (PI) Atkinson Han Forest Knoppers Malkin McGrath Rosenburg Tremblay von Dadelszen Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) - (submitted) $10,000,000 Maternal, Infant, Child and Youth Research Network (MICYRN)
2007 Klassen (PI) Atkinson Han Forest Knoppers Malkin McGrath Rosenburg Tremblay von Dadelszen Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI) (submitted) $9,787,190 Maternal, Infant, Child and Youth Research Network (MICYRN)
2006 - 2010 Sigal (PI) Hadjiyannakis Goldfield Kenny Gougeon Prud’homme Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) $1,256,975 Resistance Exercise in Active Adults with Diabetes Type 1
2005 - 2008 Sigal (PI) Hadjiyannakis (Co-PI) Goldfiled (Co-PI) Kenny (Co-PI) Gougeon (Co-PI) Prud’homme (Co-PI) Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) $225,000 Type 1 diabetes aerobic and resistance exercise (T1-DARE)
2005 - 2010 Sigal (PI) Hadjiyannakis (Co-PI) Goldfield (Co-PI) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) $1,620,516 Healthy Eating Aerobic and Resistance Training in Youth
2007 Tremblay (through Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology - CSEP) Public Health Agency of Canada $50,000 The Future of Physical Activity Measurement and Guidelines (additional contribution)
2007 Tremblay Maternal, Infant, Child and Youth Research Network (MICYRN) $10,000 Post-doctoral student support for MICYRM grant application development (Rachel Colley)
2007 Spence (Co-PI) Brawley (Co-PI) Tremblay Plotnikoff Chad Faulkner Craig Bauman Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) – Interventional Research (INMD Healthy Living) $99,776 The “new generation” ParticipACTION: A Baseline Assessment of Knowledge, Awareness, Understanding and the Physical Activity of Canadians
2007 Tremblay (PI) (through CSEP) Public Health Agency of Canada $169,000 The Future of Physical Activity Measurement and Guidelines
2007 Tremblay (PI) (through Active Healthy Kids Canada – AHKC) Public Health Agency of Canada $394,708 Canada’s Physical Activity Report Card for Children and Youth
2007 Tremblay (PI) (through CSEP) First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, Health Canada $15,000 Aboriginal Physical Activity Guide Background Publication
2007 - 2009 Tremblay (PI) (through Active Healthy Kids Canada) The Lawson Foundation $563,000 Canada’s Physical Activity Report Card for Children and Youth
2007 Tremblay (PI) Adamo Sheel Onywera Boit Waudo Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) International Opportunities Seed Grant $25,000 Kenyan International Development Study- Canadian Activity Needs (KIDS-CAN)
2007 Tremblay (PI) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) – Institute of Population and Public Health $19, 853 National Physical Activity Report Card for Children – Think Tank 2007
2007 Tremblay (PI) Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) – Institute of Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes $7,500 ParticipACTION impact Research
2007 Tremblay (PI) ParticipACTION $7,500 ParticipACTION impact Research