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Eight ICES projects awarded COVID-19 research funding from CIHR


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June 25, 2020

Congratulations to the following ICES scientists and research partners on their successful applications to  CIHR’s COVID-19 May 2020 Rapid Research Funding Opportunity:

  • Deferred care outcomes in Canadian children and youth: measuring and mitigating risk during COVID-19
    ICES principal investigator: Astrid Guttmann
    Award: $258,686
  • Improving Canadian Outcomes Research On the Novel SARS-CoV-2 using Analytics: the CORONA Consortium
    ICES principal investigator: Douglas Lee
    Award: $409,179
  • The response of provincial health systems to COVID-19: service provision and costs across health sectors, First Nations and other populations
    ICES principal investigator: Murray Krahn
    Award: $393,753
  • PUPPY Study – Problems coordinating and accessing primary care for attached and unattached patients exacerbated during the COVID-19 pandemic year: a longitudinal mixed methods study with rapid reporting and planning for the road ahead
    Principal investigator: Emily Marshall; Responsible ICES scientist: Michael Green
    Award: $407,552
  • Improving outcomes in Individuals with COVID-19 with Renin-Angiotensin System Inhibition: the COVID-RASI Trial
    Principal investigator: Peter Liu; Responsible ICES scientist: Louise Sun
    Award: $1,176,019
  • Evaluating the differential impact of what we have done, as we prioritize what to do next: a multi-provincial intervention modeling study using population-based data
    Principal investigator: Sharmistha Mishra; Responsible ICES scientist: Jeff Kwong
    Award: $1,293,631
  • Indigenous health counts in urban homelands: estimating COVID-19 incidence and mortality among Indigenous populations living in Ontario cities
    Principal investigator: Michael Rotondi; Responsible ICES scientists: Janet Smylie, Jennifer Walker
    Award: $395,460
  • Improving the care of older adults living with dementia across Canada during the COVID-19 pandemic: a mixed methods study to inform policy and practice
    ICES principal investigators: Susan Bronskill, Dallas Seitz
    Award: $602,522

The competition funded 139 projects for a total investment of $109,667,306.

Susan Bronskill

Susan Bronskill

Michael Green

Michael Green

Astrid Guttmann

Astrid Guttmann

Murray Krahn

Murray Krahn

Jeff Kwong

Jeff Kwong

Douglas Lee

Douglas Lee

Dallas Seitz

Dallas Seitz

Janet Smylie

Janet Smylie

Louise Sun

Louise Sun

Jennifer Walker

Jennifer Walker

 
 
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