Over the next few weeks, we’ll be featuring some of the students and researchers who collaborated on the MATCH study and who are now pursuing independent, dynamic careers in their chosen fields. Jennifer O”Loughlin was a Canada Research Chair in Early Determinants of Adult Chronic Disease (2004 to 2021) and is a co-investigator of the MATCH study – Measuring youth activities to better understand their habits.
- Award to Pamela Tanguay for her poster presentation in the Health Systems Services Research category, entitled “Healthcare professionals’ acceptability of a new cardiac rehabilitation model”.
- Presentation by Shirko Ahmadi entitled “Physical fitness and its association to executive functions in older women” during the Population Health plenary session
- Receipt of the Cardiovascular Research Endowment Grant to Saïd Mekari, Mathieu Bélanger and Pamela Tanguay for the study “Linking the Heart with the Brain Through Physical Activity”. This grant was made possible by the Heart & Stroke Foundation of New Brunswick in collaboration with ResearchNB . Pre Nicole Marquis of the Université de Sherbrooke’s École de réadaptation, Monique Dufour Doiron of Réseau de santé Vitalité and Pierre Faivre, doctoral students in the Université de Sherbrooke’s health sciences research program, are also collaborating on this study.