Here are examples of recently awarded research projects which demonstrate the global impact of our public health research.
CANadian Urban Environmental (CANUE) Health Research Consortium
$4,165,000. PI: Jeffrey Brook. Funder: Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
Implementing models of primary healthcare for older adults with complex needs
$2,499,938. PI: Walter Wodchis. Funder: CIHR.
RETRAC2: Research on Commercial Tobacco Reduction in Aboriginal Communities
$1,765,614. PI: Robert Schwartz. Funder: CIHR.
Population health analytics in action: Improving impact, sustainability & equity of the health care system
$1,155,257. PI: Laura Rosella. Funder: CIHR
Evaluating a population-based HIV treatment as prevention intervention in Kenya
$925,000. PI: Paula Braitstein. Funder: CIHR.
Blockbuster Diagnostics? The political economy of diagnostic innovation in comparative perspective
$894,464. PI: Fiona Miller. Funder: CIHR.
CTRAC: Commercial Tobacco Reduction in Aboriginal Communities
$844,700. PI: Robert Schwartz. Funder: Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
The Network for Better Access and Care for Complex Needs (BEACCON)
$500,000. PI: Geoff Anderson. Funder: CIHR.
An intervention study on the effectiveness of the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) advice in a panel of patients
$408,512. PI: Jeffrey Brook. Funder: Health Canada.
The Invisible Workforce: The Critical Role of Health Support Workers in Caring for Older Canadians
$345,635. PI: Whitney Berta. Funder: CIHR.
ENRICH: Enhancing Nutrition seRvices to Improve maternal and Child Health in Africa and Asia
$309,978. PI: Daniel Sellen. Funder: World Vision.
HIV infection in African-and Caribbean-Canadians since their arrival in Canada
$282,920. PI: Liviana Calzavara. Funder: The Ontario HIV Treatment Network.
Investigation of Exposure to Flame Retardants among Electronic Waste Recycling Workers
$170,396. PI: Victoria Arrandale. Funder: Ontario Ministry of Labour.