Funding

Current

2018-2022: Beyond transparency in pharmaceutical research and regulation. CIHR: $489,000. Co-Principal Investigators: Dr. Janice Graham, Dr. Matthew Herder

2016-2019: Global Vaccine Logics CIHR: $366,960. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2012-2018: Emerging health researchers and the commercialization of academic science. CIHR: $242,000. Principal Investigator: Dr. Matthew Herder (Co-Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

Past

2013-2016: From the omics bench to personalized medicine: Ethical and scientific challenges. CIHR: $227,240. Principal Investigator: Beatrice Goddard (Co-Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

2011-2015: Articulating Standards: translating the practices of standardizing health technologies. CIHR: $442,066. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2010: Global Vaccine Safety Blueprint.  Research Contract- World Health Organization: $30,000. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2010: H1N1 Vaccine Uptake amongst Nova Scotia Health Care Workers. Knowledge Translation Fellowship to Alex Bora-Rodriguez. PCIRN: $13,300

2009: Articulating Standards: A Grant Writing Workshop. CIHR: $18,003. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2009-2011: Regulatory challenges to the development of new vaccines: Mapping emergent relations between science, evidence and policy. CIHR: $98,980

2009: PHAC/CIHR Influenza Research Network (PCIRN). CIHR: $13m. Principal Investigator: Dr. Scott Halperin (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

2009: Real-World Risks: Understanding drug regulation in an era of contested knowledge. Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation (NSHRF): $2,300. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2008-2009: Real-World Risks: Understanding drug regulation in an era of contested knowledge. Situating Science Cluster (SSHRC):$10,000. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2008-2009: Real-World Risks: Understanding drug regulation in an era of contested knowledge. CIHR: $5,000

2008-2009: North-South workshop for an African decision-making framework for vaccines. CIHR: $25,000

2008: Situating Science Cluster Workshop grant, Real-World Risks: understanding drug regulation in an era of contested knowledge. SSHRC: $10,000. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2008: Summer Research Scholarship. Pharmaceutical Company Funding of Cancer Patients’ Groups: Results of a Case Study Applied to Cancer Care in Nova Scotia. Nora Stephen Oncology Scholarship- Cancer Care Nova Scotia: $6,500. (Sharon Batt)

2007-2008: Doctoral Fellowship. Pills, Pressure and Patient Groups: Risks and Regulation of Novel Therapeutic Products: A Case Study of Biologics and Emerging Genetic Technologies. CIHR: $7,500. (Sharon Batt)

2007-2012: Canada Research Chair in Bioethics – Renewal. CIHR: $500,000

2007-2009: Post-Doctoral Fellowship, ‘Relevant’ expertise in the governance of risk: The regulation of biologics and genetic therapies. CIHR: $45,000 per year. Applicant: Mavis Jones

2007-2009: Unpacking the public-private gap in the applications of ‘omics’ technologies: A socio- ethical analysis of pharmacogenomics research funding. CIHR: $100,000. Principal Investigator: Vural Ozdemir (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

2006-2007: Trust in Science, CBC Radio Ideas Program, CBC Radio 5 part series. Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation (NSHRF): $5,000. Principal Investigator: Ian Stewart (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

2006: Choosing, Learning and Using Qualitative Data Analysis Software: A Workshop Series.  Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation (NSHRF): $20,000. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2005-2010: Risks and regulation of novel therapeutic products: A case study of biologics and emerging genetic technologies. CIHR: $505,824. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2005-2010: Substitute consent for research involving decisionally incapacitated older adults: A nationwide study of knowledge, opinion and practices. CIHR: $296,687. Principal Investigator: Gina Bravo (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

2005: International comparative study of resiliency in youth (Letter of Intent). SSHRC: $20,000. Principal Investigator: Dr. Mike Ungar (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

2003-2006: An Int’l Collaboration to Study Resilience in Children Across Cultures. SSHRC & NSHRF: $111,700. Principal Investigator: Dr. Mike Ungar (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

2002-2007: Canada Research Chair in Bioethics. CIHR: $500,000

2002-2006: Qualitative Research Methodology Laboratory. Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI) & Nova Scotia Research and Innovation Trust (NSRIT): &409,544. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2002-2005: Methodological and contextual challenges researching childhood resilience: an international collaboration to develop a multiple method research design to investigate health-related phenomena in at-risk child populations. SSHRC: $135,000. Principal Investigator: Dr. Mike Ungar (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

2002-2004: A population-based approach to adolescent substance use. CIHR: $123.440. Principal Investigator: C. Poulin (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

2000-2005: Articulating a Cultural Matrix of Health: towards an integrative epidemiology. CIHR: $274,000. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2000-2001: Matters of the Heart and Mind: Negotiating and Assessing Personhood and Dignity among elderly Canadians with Dementia. SSHRC &CIHR: $29,695. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2000-2001: Pain and Suffering and the Health of Canadians. SSHRC & CIHR: $29,750. Principal Investigator: J. Segal (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

2000-2001: When Improvement Means Problems: Quality of Life and Ethical Implications of Anti-Dementia Therapies. UBC-HSSR: $4,875. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

2000: Centre for Studies in Autobiography, Gender and Age.  Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI): $100,000. Principal Investigator: V. Raoul (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

1999-2004: Financing the Pipe: Cultural Meanings of Disease in the Life History of Pharmaceuticals. SSHRC: $480,000. Principal Investigator: U. Fleising (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

1999-2002: Narratives of Disease, Disability and Trauma. Peter Wall Foundation: $500,000. Principal Investigator: V. Raoul (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

1999-2000: Residential care services for the elderly. UBC- HSSR: $4,994. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

1999: Financing the Pipe: Cultural Meanings of Disease in the Life History of Pharmaceuticals. SSHRC: $5,000. Principal Investigator: U. Fleising (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

1999: Values, Cultures and Ethics in Risk Communication and Decision Making. SSHRC: $5,000. Principal Investigator: T. McDaniels (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

1998-2003: Modeling Dynamics for Success and Frailty in Aging. Novartis Foundation for Gerontological Research: $57,000

1998-2000: Follow-up of Atlantic Heart Survey. Medical Research Council: $801,945. Principal Investigator: K. McPherson (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

1998-1999: Long-term care client population in Vancouver. UBC-HSSR: $2,000. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

1998: Rate of decline in function in Alzheimer’s disease. QEII Health Sciences Research Fund: $14,950. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

1998: Women’s experiences obtaining sexual health services in rural N.S. Maritime Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health: $13,770. Principal Investigator: D. Langille (Co-investigator: Dr. Janice Graham)

1997: Vector diagnostics of dementia. Camp Hill Medical Research Fund: $9,990. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham

1996: Algorithm for dementia. Camp Hill Medical Research Fund: $9,000. Principal Investigator: Dr. Janice Graham