CURRENT GRANTS

2016-2018
PI, “Pregnant, Isolated and Depressed: Linguistic and Cultural Barriers to Good Perinatal Mental Health among Aboriginal Medical Evacuees in Montreal.” Health Canada (via the McGill Training and Retention of Health Professionals project), $40,000.
2015-2017
PI, "Discrimination and Sense of Belonging in Late Life: The Intersection of Race and Age.” Social Science Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Insight Development Grant, $75,000.
2012-2017
PI, "Sociodemographic and Neighborhood Risk Factors Associated with Adverse Birth Outcomes and Infant Mortality: Country of Origin and Provincial/City Variation among Immigrants in Canada." Fonds de recherche Quebec-Societe et culture, New Investigator Grant, $39,600.

SELECTED COMPLETED GRANTS

2015-2016
PI, "The Perinatal Health Care Needs of English-speaking Aboriginal Women in Quebec: A Pilot Study.” Health Canada (via McGill Training and Retention of Health Professionals Project), $20,000.
2014-2015
Co-PI (with Alain Gagnon, University of Montreal), "The Healthy Immigrant Effect in Canada and Elsewhere: What Do We Know and What Should We Know?” Population Change and Lifecourse Strategic Knowledge Cluster (funding source: SSHRC), $20,200.
2014-2015
Co-PI (with Sharon Lee and Karen Kobayashi, University of Victoria), “(In)visible Minorities in Canadian Health Data and Research.” Population Change and Lifecourse Strategic Knowledge Cluster (funding source: SSHRC), $6300.
2006-2007
Co-PI (with Mary Waters), National Science Foundation, Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, $7500 USD.

SELECTED FELLOWSHIPS

2008-2010
Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, National Science Foundation, $120,000 USD.
2006-2008
Kirschstein National Research Service Award, Ruth L. Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institutes for Child Health and Human Development, $54,760 USD.
2002-2005
Doctoral Research Fellowship, Multidisciplinary Program on Inequality and Social Policy, Harvard University(funding source: National Science Foundation IGERT), $17,500 USD.
2001-2003
Minority Fellowship, American Sociological Association/National Institutes of Mental Health, $54,624 USD.