Other Research

i) Bierman AS (Principal Investigator), Khanlou N (among other Co-Investigators) et al. (2006-2012). Project for an Ontario Women's Health Evidence-Based Report (POWER). Funded by Echo: Improving Women's Health in Ontario. www.powerstudy.ca

ii) Beiser M (Principal Investigator), Fenta H, Hamilton H, Khanlou N (Co-Investigator), Pain C, & Rummens A. (2004-2009). Leavers and Stayers: A comparison of the health and development of Ethiopian children growing up in Toronto and in Addis Ababa. Funded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

iii) Beiser M (Principal Investigator), Khanlou N (Co-Investigator from Toronto team). Interdisciplinary team of 29 investigators, 8 coordinators, and 1 data manager from Toronto, the Prairies, Vancouver and Montreal. . (2005-2010). New Canadian children and youth study (NCCYS): An investigation of the health and development of immigrant and refugee children in Canada (Phase 2). Funded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

iii) Oxman-Martinez J (Nominated Principal Investigator), Khanlou N (University of Toronto Site Principal Investigator), Weerasinghe S (Dalhousie University Site Principal Investigator), Agnew V (York University Site Principal Investigator), & Hanley J (Co-Investigator). (2004-2008). Intersecting barriers to health for immigrant women with precarious status. Funded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

iv) Khanlou N(Principal Investigator), Siemiatycki M, & Anisef P (Co-Investigators), Hajdukowski-Ahmed M & Gastaldo D (Collaborators), Ahnstroom L & Kim HS (International Advisory Panel). (2003-2007). Immigrant youth and cultural identity in a global context. Funded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.