Research Grants 2014

  • Bourse en pedagogie medicale pediatrique ($5000) – Collaborator. Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Ste- Justine. Fisher R, Bank I, Nguyen LHP, Hickey C, Lapointe A, Giguere C, Levy A, Yung F, Young M. Research project entitled “Évaluation d’une formation en ravail d’équipe interdisciplinaire pour la gestion de situations de crise via la simulation” 2014
  • Canadian Cancer Society $299,964 (obtained). Creating meaning following advanced cancer: A cognitive-existential phone intervention to improve existential and global quality of life. Gagnon, P. (PI), Fillion, L., Aubin, M., Savard, J., Blais., M.- C., Provencher, L., Dagnault, A., Tremblay, L., Chochinov, H., Henry, M (Co-PI). & Rivest, J. (2014 – 2017)
  • CRC Tier 1 (April 2014 - March 2021), Canada Research Chair in Voice Biomechanics and Mechanobiology. From 4/2014 to 3/2021: $1,400,000 Luc Mongeau (PI)
  • FQRNT - Awarded a research Incubator Seed funding grant from Strategic Cluster CRBLM (10’000$) to Alexandre Lehmann. 2014
  • Fonds de Recherche du Quebec – Santé (FRQS) $45,000 (obtained). Building a solid knowledge foundation: A research program to innovate psychosocial care and reduce health care costs for head and neck cancer patients. Melissa Henry (PI). (2014 – 2017)
  • NIH - R01 - Design, construction, and evaluation of implants for vocal fold alteration and reconstruction. L. Mongeau (PI), Nicole Li (Co-I) (Communication Disorders), P. Wiseman (Physics), and C. Donato (Cell biology). Subcontract to Thompson (BYU). From 9/2014 to 8/2019: $2,281,437.
  • 2014-2020 NSERC Discovery Grant. Henrietta Galiana (PI), amount$ 37,000/year. Towards biomimetic control of robotic or paralyzed limbs.
  • Cancer Research Society - AR-mediated translational control in Prostate Cancer. Paliouras M (PI). From 10/2013 to 09/2015. Total amount: $120,000.
  • CFI-LOF, Infrastructure for the optical and mechanical characterization of vocal fold tissue at the micrometer and nanometer scales. From 4/2013 to 4/2015: $500,000 (Infrastructure Grant Held) Luc Mongeau.
  • CIHR, Operating Grant. Mechanics of the outer and middle ear in newborns and infant. Sam Daniel Co-PI with Dr Robert Funnell. Primary Institute: Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction Funding amount: $655220. Funding Period: October 2013 to September 2018.
  • Fonds Québécois de la Recherche sur la Société et la Culture (FQRSC) $646,800 (obtained). Centre for Research and Intervention on Suicide and Euthanasia. Mishara, B. (PI), Chagnon, F., Daigle, M., Des Aulniers, L., Greenfield, B., Labelle, R., Weisstub, D., Henry, M. (Co-PI), Houle, J., Pouliot, L., Vachon, M., Vrakas, G., Gratton, F., Tousignant, M., Laurier, C., Burrows, S., Laliberte, A., St-Laurent, D. (2013 – 2017)
  • Genzyme $121,484 (obtained). Developing and implementing a novel oncology pivot-nurse approach (OPNA-ThyCa) for newly diagnosed thyroid cancer patients: Randomized controlled trial. Henry, M. (PI), Hier, M. (2013 – 2015)
  • 2013-2014 NSERC Idea to Innovation (i2i). Henrietta Galiana (PI) $122,800 total. Smart & automatic analysis of ocular nystagmus for tracking patients and astronaut health (Jan 14th 2013-July 14th 2014).
  • Prostate cancer Canada - Movember Discovery Grant. AR-mediated translational regulation in prostate cancer. Paliouras M (co-PI), Trifiro M (co-PI), Gallouzi I (co-applicant). From 07/2013 to 06/2015. Total amount: $200,000.
  • CIHR operating grant. Multicenter pilot study on assessment and prevention of platinum-induced ototoxicity. Daniel, S. (PI), Co-PI: Bouffet, Eric; Carret, A.S.; Funnell, R.; Mabbott, D.J.; Benoit R; Mok, E.; Sultan, S.; Zhang, X. $239,476, from October 2012 to September 2015.
  • Fonds de Recherche du Quebec – Santé (FRQS) $203,400  (obtained). Building a solid knowledge foundation: A research program to innovate psychosocial care and reduce health care costs for head and neck cancer patients. Henry, M. (PI), Rosberger, Z. (PI), Frenkiel, S., Black, M., Hier, M., Zeitouni, A., Kost, K., Mlynarek, A., MacDonald, C., Longo, C.J., Atherton, J., Foulkes, W. & Meaney, M. From 09/2012 – 09/2015
  • 2012-2014 FRSQ (Fond de Recherche de Santé Québec – Quebec Health Research Fund) Peer-reviewed grant and bursary for Health Care Professionals’ Research – Project on head movements in patients with vestibular lesions - Tamara Mijovic - Ranked 1st in the province of Quebec, amount: $25,024.
  • McGill Head and Neck Oncology Fund (25 000$ over 2 years). Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery for additional training in curriculum development, innovation and educational research 2012-2015
  • NIH: 2 R01 DC002390-11 National Institutes of Health (NIH, USA). $1,205,010. PI: Minor/Cullen. “Physiology of Vestibular Compensation.” Role: co-applicant with Dr. Della Santina, Johns Hopkins: 5 year Operating Grant, The major goal of this project is to study the compensation following peripheral vestibular damage in monkeys. From 09/2012 to 10/2017.
  • NIH NIDCD R03 DC012112-01 - Biosimulation of vocal fold surgical injury. Nicole Li (PI) From 8/01/12 to 7/31/15, CAD$436,000.
  • NSERC, Discovery Grant (April 2012 - March 2017), Biomechanics of voice production. From 4/2012 to 3/2017: $190,000. Luc Mongeau (PI)
  • CIHR/MOP 42440 Canada Institutes of Health Research. $157,554/year. PI: Cullen. “The Role of the Vestibular System in the Control of Voluntary Movements.” 5 year Operating Grant, The major goal of this project is to study the behaviorally-dependent gating of vestibular pathways (that do not mediate the VOR) during active versus passive head rotations in normal monkeys. From 10/2011 to 09/2015.
  • CIHR - Innovative Approaches to Functional Characterization of the Androgen Receptor in Prostate Cancer. Trifiro M (PI), Paliouras M (co-applicant), Wang E (co-applicant). From 10/2010 to 09/2015. Total amount: $580,000.
  • NSERC operating grant. Three-dimensional modelling of complex natural structures. Robert Funnell (PI). $23,000/year. From 04/10 to 03/15.
  • Bell Canada (FQRNT-coordinated internationally-peer-reviewed grant) “Wireless Healthcare: Implementation & Applications: Minimization of medication errors in a Quebec emergency room using wireless information” & Location-assisted wireless communication. (PI: Segal B, with Labeau F) 2009-2015: $65,500
  • 2009-2015 NSERC "Wireless radio-frequency communication”. Peer-reviewed CRD-176440 residual transferred to OTL fund 00250 for holding. PI: Segal B, with 8 others. $16,634.
  • CRC Tier 1 (April 2007 - March 2014), Canada Research Chair in Flow-Induced Sound and Vibrations. L. Mongeau. $ 1,400,000. From: 04/07 to 03/14.
  • *CIHR operating grant, Mechanics of the outer and middle ear in newborns and infants. $131 044/year Robert Funnell (PI).
  • *CIHR Operating grant, Multicenter pilot study on assessment and prevention of platinum-induced ototoxicity. $239 476/year Robert Funnell (co-investigator).
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