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Welcome to the team!

We are pleased to introduce to you five new members of our laboratory’s team.

A prestigious grant to the team of Dr. Jean-François Clément!

The World Anti-Doping Agency awarded the prestigious 2021 Social Sciences Research Grant to the team of Dr. Jean-François Clément, Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine at the Charles-LeMoyne Research Center / CR-CSIS. This grant will allow them to carry out the research project entitled: “Do the factors of vulnerability to doping vary according to the team sport practiced? A Canadian clinical study. ” They will investigate the factors that make athletes more vulnerable to doping and the most critical people in the athlete’s career in order to develop avenues for preventive interventions. Congratulations to the whole team! To learn more, click here.

CIHR doctoral award for Véronique!

Véronique Thibault received the prestigious Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarships Doctoral Award from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Véronique leads the project Attitudes and outcomes associated with weight related intentions from adolescence to adulthood under the supervision of Professor Mathieu Bélanger. Congratulations Véronique!

Studentship award for Daniel Saucier!

Daniel Saucier received a studentship grant from the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) and the CIHR-SPOR-MSSU for his project “Urbanization, air pollution and proximity to water: Identification of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis environmental risk factors in New Brunswick”. Under the supervision of Professor Mathieu Bélanger, Daniel proposed an original research project that is directly related to the health of New Brunswickers and the mandate of the Maritime SPOR Support Unit. Congratulations Daniel! Find out more …

New funding from CIHR

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research awarded a major award to a team led by Mathieu Bélanger, Marie-Pierre Sylvestre & Jennifer O’Loughlin to study coping strategies and mental health in young adults. Data from two important Canadian longitudinal studies, NDIT and MATCH, will be used to explore quantitative and qualitative insight into the COVID-19 experience. Read more…

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