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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Brook, Takaro, Wheeler et al 2009

CMP/CARA: Assessment of indoor residential exposures (CMP-1)

Health Canada
Subbarao et al 2009

Viral infection and wheezing in the first year of life

Brook, Takaro, Wheeler et al 2009

CMP/CARA: Improved tools for assessing exposures (CMP-2)

Health Canada
Mandhane et al 2009

SLEEP-E: Neurodevelopment at 2 years of age

Sears et al 2008

Environmental assessment of CHILD homes

Kozyrskyj, Scott, Becker, Befus, Mandhane 2008

The impact of antibiotics on intestinal microbiota of infants

CIHR Catalyst Grant