The results of CIHR’s Fall 2018 Project Grant Competition were announced on January 23. CHÉOS Scientists are leading three of the projects funded through this round of the competition and a further seven projects are supported by CHÉOS Scientists as co-investigators.
Drs. Nick Bansback and Eugenia Oviedo-Joekes are leading a network meta-analysis of opioid agonist therapies that aims to make indirect comparisons of effectiveness between different treatments by synthesizing the results of past trials. Co-investigators for the study include Drs. Aslam Anis, Martin Schechter, and Wei Zhang.
Dr. Zhang is also leading a study about developing more effective measurements of work productivity loss, supported by Dr. Mieke Koehoorn as a co-investigator. Dr. John Staples is leading a study that will look at the different driving restrictions on people with cardiac defibrillator implants and how these restrictions could impact the motor vehicle accidents.
See below for a full list of CHÉOS-related studies funded by the Fall 2018 Project Grant Competition.
Principal investigator: John Staples
Co-investigators: Jeffrey Brubacher; Santabhanu Chakrabarti; Wing-Ping Chan; Shannon Erdelyi; Nathaniel Hawkins; Andrew Krahn
Principal investigators: Katherine Plewes; Arjen Dondorp
Co-investigators: Caterina Fanello; Kevin Kain; Adeera Levin; Mavuto Mukaka; Marie Onyamboko
Principal investigators: Regina Renner; Bonnie Henry; Marie-Soleil Wagner
Co-investigators: Sarah Munro, Wendy Norman et al.
Principal investigators: John Cox; Daniel Grace; Trevor Hart; Jody Jollimore; Nathan Lachowsky; Gilles Lambert; David Moore
Co-investigators: Troy Grennan et al.
Principal investigator: Andrew Mcrae
Co-investigators: James Andruchow; Lawrence De Koning; Grant Innes; Peter Kavsak; Eddy Lang; Tolulope Sajobi; Frank Scheuermeyer; Andrew Worster
Principal investigators: Trevor Hart; Martin Antony
Co-investigators: Syed Noor; Joel Singer; Darrell Tan[/fancy-ul][/vc_column][/vc_row]