Access to CHILD data has been the basis of many successful grant competitions.

Two successful applications to the CIHR’s Canadian Microbiome Initiative were based on access to CHILD fecal material and clinical data. The Study constitutes a focal point for numerous other studies undertaken by investigators across Canada, including in CIHR Signature Initiatives undertaken by various Institutes. Successes in these highly-competitive research environments illustrate the growing value of the longitudinal clinical and biological data emerging from CHILD.

In addition, international applications based on access to CHILD biological samples and data are in preparation or have recently been submitted to the National Institutes of Health (US) in collaboration with CHILD investigators.

The database below lists grants awarded that leverage data and/or samples from the CHILD Study.

See also Current Projects.


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To, Abdullah, Gershon, Lou, Subbarao 2017

Building a Clinical Prediction Rule to Detect Respiratory Morbidity in Young Children and a Population Monitoring Rule to Measure Respiratory Health Services Use and Health Outcomes

CIHR Cohort Analysis Grant
Azad, Arrieta Mendez, Sharma, Sycuro 2017

Non-nutritive sweetener consumption during pregnancy: impact on infant gut microbiome and metabolism in the CHILD cohort

CIHR Operating Grant: Analyses of Existing Cohorts & Databases - IHDCYH
Anand, Subbarao, Sears, et al 2016

Deciphering the causes of metabolic syndrome in young children

CIHR DOHaD Initiative
Subbarao, Brook, De Souza, Duan, Kozyrskyj, Lou, Anand, Azad, Becker, Mandhane, Paré, Scott, Sears, Turvey, et al 2016

Gene and environment effects on lung health and risk for chronic respiratory disease, asthma and COPD

CIHR. Environments, Genes and Chronic Disease
Turvey, Brook, Kobor, Azad, Becker, Brauer, Finlay, Kozyrskyj, Lou, Mandhane, Sears, Subbarao, et al 2016

Programmatic research to understand how modifiable environmental factors interact with the genome in the development of asthma

CIHR. Environments, Genes and Chronic Disease
Dolinsky et al 2016

The developmental origins of obesity and obesity-related complications in children

CIHR. Environments, Genes and Chronic Disease
Mohn, Kollmann, Turvey, et al 2016

Systemic immunity: the missing link between gut microbiome and asthma

CIHR
Azad 2016

Breastfeeding, human milk oligosaccharides and the developmental origins of obesity

Research Manitoba. New Investigator Operating Grant
Simons et al 2016

Early life origins of the food allergy epidemic. Predictors of persistent peanut allergy at age 5 years

Manitoba Medical Services Foundation
Brook, Brauer, Subbarao, Azad, Carlsten, Evans, Lou, Takaro, et al 2016

CANUE – Canadian Consortium for the Urban Environment

CIHR
Kozyrskyj, Azad, Becker, Mandhane, Scott, Subbarao, Turvey, et al 2015

Cesarean section: impact on gut microbiota, childhood obesity and allergic disease

CIHR
Becker et al 2015

Linkage CHILD to provincial outcomes

Healthy CHILD Manitoba Office
Azad et al 2015

Prenatal exposure to non-nutritive sweeteners and the development of childhood obesity

Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba
Sears, Anand, Brook, Subbarao, Allen, Becker, Kozyrskyj, Lou, Mandhane, Sandford, Scott, Takaro, Turvey, et al 2014

Early life determinants of asthma

CIHR
Kozyrskyj, Azad, Becker, Mandhane, Scott, Subbarao, Turvey, et al 2014

Cesarean section: impact on gut microbiota, childhood obesity and allergic disease (bridge funding)

CIHR