Data Collection and Biomarker inclusion
- 2015 to 2021
- Continued implementation of the approved CLSA protocol ($52.8M), including data collection for all 50,000 participants for the period of 2015 to 2021. This six-year period will allow the team to collect data for first follow-up (2015-2018) and second follow-up (2018-2021).
Total amount funded by CIHR: $80,606,000
Protocol Implementation Investments:
- CLSA Team funded ($23.5 million) to support the Implementation Phase which includes the first wave of recruitment and baseline data collection from all 50,000 CLSA participants.
Protocol Development Investments:
- CLSA team funded ($2.1 million) to support Content Development and Validation
- Conduct of CLSA: Methodological Feasibility Studies
- Development and International Peer review of CLSA Protocol
- Development and International Peer review of CLSA Protocol Design
- CLSA Team funded ($1,744,000) to support the Methodological Feasibility Studies
- CIHR Institute of Aging issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) entitled: Protocol Design for the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging. The RFP was based on a CLSA Design Workshop held that same month in Aylmer, Quebec.
- Launch and International Peer review of Request for Proposals, entitled: Protocol Design for the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging.
- Meritorious CLSA team, headed by 3 principal investigators (Dr. Parminder Raina, McMaster University; Dr. Christina Wolfson, McGill University; and Dr. Susan Kirkland, Dalhousie University) funded ($462,000) to develop CLSA Protocol Design.
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