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Developmental Paediatrics
Developmental Paediatrics

Awards 2005-2006

A double-blind randomized controlled trial comparing low dose versus high dose botulinum toxin A in the treatment of spasticity in the upper extremity of children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Fehlings D, Kawamura A, Campbell K. Physicians’ Services Incorporated Foundation ($43,393.36 2002-05)

A fine balance: Patient safety and trainee education on clinical teaching teams. Kennedy TJT, Regehr G, Baker GR, Lingard LA. Canadian Institutes of Health Research ($230,046 2004-07)

A joint Canadian and Hong Kong China initiative in the study of autism spectrum disorders. Scherer SW, Szatmari P, Roberts W. Canadian Institutes of Health Research ($24,720 2005-06)

A randomized cross-over trial evaluating the efficacy of Modafinil to reduce pediatric spasticity. Fehlings D, Milo-Manson G, Murphy A. Ontario Cerebral Palsy Foundation ($5,000 2004-05)

Autism genome project. Scherer SW, Szatmari P, Paterson AD, Vincent JB, Zwaigenbaum L, Roberts W, Wellington SR, Fernandez BA, Miller FA, Hallmayer JF. Genome Canada ($15,611,534 2005-09)

Autism spectrum disorders: Pathways to better outcomes. Szatmari P, Bryson SE, Fombonne E, Zwaigenbaum L, Smith I, Waddell C, Vaillancourt T, Mirenda P, Roberts W, Volden J. Canadian Institutes of Health Research ($2,125,415 2004-09)

Caregiver Priorities and Child Health Index of Life with Disabilities (CPChild): The initial development and validation of a new disease-specific measure of health related quality of life in children with severe disabilities due to cerebral palsy. Narayanan U, Fehlings D, Campbell K. Bloorview Children's Hospital Foundation ($23,978 2004-05)

Constraint therapy in children with hemiplegia: Evaluating the longevity of motor improvement. Fehlings D, Sutcliffe T, Logan B, Cheyene D. The Physicians’ Services Incorporated Foundation ($17,000 2004-05)

Developing a responsive behavioural outcome measure for autism research. Kagan-Kushnir T. Autism Society of Ontario Stimulus Grant ($3,000 2004-05); Bloorview Children’s Hospital Foundation Seed Grant ($19,830 2005-06)

Early developmental trajectories in autism. Zwaigenbaum L, Bryson SE, Roberts S, Smith I, Szatmari, Vaillancourt T. Canadian Institutes of Health Research ($932,585 2006-11)

Functional outcomes following orthopaedic surgery based on gait laboratory versus observational gait analysis in ambulatory children with cerebral palsy: A pilot randomized controlled trial. Fehlings D, Narayanan U. Bloorview Research Institute ($25,015 2005-06)

Genetic epidemiology of autism: Family and molecular studies. Szatmari P, Bryson S, Goldberg J, Patterson A, Mahoney W, Merette C, Roberts W, Zwaigenbaum L, Scherer S. Canadian Institutes of Health Research ($725,000, 2003-08)

Identifying early markers of autism: A prospective study of infant siblings. Zwaigenbaum L, Roberts SW, Smith I, Szatmari P, Bryson S. Canadian Institutes of Health Research ($331,650 2003-06)

MEG correlates of linguistic processing at and below the word level in autism. Roberts T, Roberts W, Flagg E, Oram J. National Alliance of Autism Research ($169,284 2003-05)

Self-perception, behavioural attributions and perceptions of social relationships of adolescents with ADHD and LD. Weiner J, Malone M. Social Services & Humanities Research Council of Canada ($143,877 2005-08)

The development and evaluation of the HAT-D: A discriminative tool differentiating types of hypertonia in children. Fehlings D, Jethwa A, Mcarthur C. The Bloorview Research Institute, Seed Grant ($9,606 2006)

The investigation of genetic factors in ADHD. Barr C, Ickowicz A, Kennedy J, Malone M, Roberts W, Schachar R, Tannock R. Canadian Institutes of Health Research ($1,159,600 2002-05)

Training program in autism research. Fombonne E, Paterson A, Scherer S, Roberts W, Smith I, Moore C. et al. Canadian Institutes of Health Research, National Alliance for Autism Research, Fonds de la Recherche en Sante du Quebec ($1,440,000 2003-09)

What is the health and quality of life for "graduates" from children's rehabilitation centres? Are there characteristic patterns or predictors? Young N, Boydeill K, Fehlings D, Law M, McCormick A, Mukherjee S, Rumney P, Wedge J, Williams J. Canadian Institutes of Health Research ($404,018 2003 - 2006)