NDIT Funding

2022-27          CAN-DO (CANnabis research DevelOpment): A cells-to-society research program on                            cannabis and mental health in younger adults

                       $500,000

                       Principal Investigators: Sylvestre MP, O'Loughlin J

                       Co-Investigators: Isabelle Doré, Jean-Sébastien Fallu, Olivier Ferlatte, Christophe                                  Huynh, Katerina Maximova, Cathi Sabiston, Laura Struik

2021-23          Coping strategies and mental health: quantitative and qualitative insight into the

                       COVID-19 experience in young adults

                       CIHR : $457,422

                       PIs: Sylvestre MP; O’Loughlin J, Belanger M

                       Co-Is: Ferlatte O, Gariepy G, Maximova K, Plourde V, Thombs B

2020-21          Coping strategies and mental health: quantitative and qualitative insight into the

                       COVID- 19 experience in young adults

                       CRCHUM Fond de depannage: $50,000

                       PIs: O’Loughlin J, Sylvestre MP

                       Co-Is: Belanger M, Ferlatte O, Gariepy G, Maximova K, Plourde V, Thombs B, Dufour

                       C, Mowatt D, Pellerin A

2020               Genetic impact on youth vaping: Extending known genetic risk factors in smoking and                           tobacco-related illnesses to vaping.

                       CIHR Catalyst Grant: Health Effects of Vaping: $99,942

                       PIs: Chenoweth MJ, Tyndale RF

                       Co-Is: Eisenberg M; Hammond D, O'Loughlin J, Porath A. Sylvestre MP

2017-18          Depressive symptoms in adolescence: The independent and interactive influences of                             genetics and physical activity over time

                       CIHR Operating Grant: $75,000

                       PIs: Brunet J, Sylvestre MP

                       Co-Is: Karp I, Engert J, Williams S, O’Loughlin J

2016-20          Determinants of individual blood pressure trajectories in adolescents

                       CIHR $355,492

                       PI: Sylvestre MP

                       Co-PI: O’Loughlin J

                       Co-Is:  Engert J, Karp I, Williams S

                       Note: an additional $30,000 (in addition to the $355,492) was added to the grant in

                       Sept 2020 as a COVID-19-related supplement.

2016-8            Life course approach to study the development of lifestyle risk factors for cancer

                       Cancer Research Society/Read for the Cure Operating Grant: $120 000

                       PI: Sylvestre MP

                       Co-Is: Datta G; Engert J; Karp I; Jutras-Aswad D; O’Loughlin J

2015-9            Continuation of the Nicotine Dependence in Teens (NDIT) study to age 30

                       CCSRI Prevention Research Grant: $594,375

                       PI: O’Loughlin J

                       Co-Is: Datta G, Engert J, Kakinami L, Low N, Montreuil A, Sabiston C, Sylvestre MP;                             Additional Authors: DiFranza J, Paradis G, Pbert L, Winickoff J

2014-6            Gene environment interactions in the development of cigarette smoking and obesity

                       Cancer Research Society/Read for the Cure Operating Grant: $120,000

                       PI: Engert JC

                       Co-Is: O'Loughlin J, Karp I, Low NCP, Sylvestre MP

2012-7            Strengthening the links between research, practice and policy to reduce the burden of                           smoking in youth.

                       Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute: $961,163

                       PI: O’Loughlin J

                       Co-PIs: Tremblay M

                       Co-Is: Montreuil A, Rochefort L, Karp I, Labbe A, Paradis G, DiFranza J, Low N, Brunet                         J, Jean-Charles A

2007               Secondary analyses of longitudinal data on environmental tobacco smoking and                                   nicotine dependence symptoms among never smokers

                       CTCRI Student Research Grant: $10,0000

                       PI: Lagerlund M

                       Co-I: O’Loughlin J

2006-13         Long-term follow-up of the NDIT cohort

                      NCIC: $1,103,901

                      PI: O’Loughlin J

                      Co-I: Paradis G, DiFranza J, Tyndale R, Hanley J

2003              The influence of CYP2E1 genotype on nicotine dependence

                      CTCRI Research Allowance Grant Program: $10,000

                      PI: Kim W

                      Co-I: Tyndale R, O’Loughlin J

2002-5           A prospective study on the natural history of nicotine dependence: request for renewal

                      NCIC: $404,350

                      PI: O’Loughlin J

                      Co-Is: Paradis G, Clarke P, Tyndale R, DiFranza J, Hanley J. (Note: also funded by CIHR                        $327,000 (we refused the grant)).

2000-1           Planning grant to extend funding of an ongoing 3-year prospective study of the natural                          history of nicotine dependence

                      CTCRI/NCIC: $30,000

                      PI: O’Loughlin J

                      Co-Is: Paradis G, Tremblay M, Hanley J

1999-2000     Validation of a measure of nicotine dependence in youth

                      Canadian Tobacco Research Initiative/NCIC: $21,264

                      PI: O’Loughlin J

                      Co-Is: Paradis G, MacDonald P, Tremblay M, DiFranza J, Bujold M

1999-2002     A prospective study on the natural history of nicotine dependence

                      NCIC: $348,000

                      PI: O’Loughlin J

                      Co-Is: Paradis G, Clarke P, Tyndale R, DiFranza J, Hanley J