Funding Opportunities

CENTRE FOR CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT SEED GRANT PROGRAM

The purpose of CCDPM Seed Grants is to:

  • Provide seed funding for research activities that will facilitate the preparation of operating grant applications in the near future.
  • Build capacity for local scientist – clinician – community research collaborations
  • Foster success in external funding competitions.

The Fall 2020 competition is complete. The following projects have received approval for seed grant funding.

Project Name Collaborators
Self-management, lifestyle behaviours and cardiovascular risk in First Nations people with cardiometabolic multimorbidity Principal applicant: Brodie Sakakibara; Co-applicants: Leslie Bryant, Devin Harris, Mary Jung, Sean Wachtel
Management of diabetes distress and its relation to glycemic control and physical activity among children with type 1 diabetes mellitus: a pilot study in two Interior Health communities Principal applicant: Christine Voss; Co-applicants: Tom Warshawski, Tricia Tang, Dina Panagiotopoulos,
Neurodegenerative diseases and AUTonomic dysfunction: Independent Living, Understanding and Support (NAUTILUS) Principal applicant: Daryl Wile; Co-applicants: Christopher West, Glen Foster, Daniel Fok
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Small Steps for Big Changes on HbA1c: A Retrospective Analysis in Partnership with Valley Medical Laboratory Clinicians Principal applicant: Mary Jung; Co-applicants: Lawrence Aragatoff, Jason Doyle, Joel Singer