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Research Awards


2021

Winner of the Ed Whitlock Award

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Kayla Hollett

Kayla completed a Master of Science in Experimental Psychology at Memorial University before beginning a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Concordia University in 2020. As a member of the Stress, Interpersonal Relationships, and Health Laboratory, Kayla's doctoral research focuses on health behaviour change for older adults seeking to improve their eating and physical activity habits. Specifically, her research aims to expand what we know about health behaviour change by addressing the notion of interdependence in romantic relationships. Moving forward, Kayla's research will help older adults live happier and healthier lives through feasible changes to daily eating and physical activity habits.

 

Oral Presentations

Patricia Dudar Award ($500)

Winner: Amanda Cammalleri
Presentation title: A Randomized Pilot Trial of Exercise Training Versus Relaxation for the Treatment of Chronic Insomnia in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Effects on Insomnia Severity and Cardiorespiratory Fitness

Patricia Dudar Award ($500)

Winner: Brittany Intzandt
Presentation title: Cardiovascular fitness does not influence relationships among sex, cortical thickness and overweight in aging

 

Poster Presentations

Réseau de recherche en santé CardioMétabolique, Diabète et Obésité (CMDO) Award ($500)

Winner: Popi Kasvis
Poster Presentation: Cancer symptoms and nutritional status are inversely associated with health-related quality of life in patients awaiting liver resection

Réseau de recherche en santé CardioMétabolique, Diabète et Obésité (CMDO) Award ($500)

Winner: Sara Matovic
Poster Presentation: Association between physical activity and psychological distress during COVID-19: A longitudinal study of older adults in Quebec.

Réseau de recherche en santé CardioMétabolique, Diabète et Obésité (CMDO) Award ($500)

Winner: Charissa Losloso
Poster Presentation: Heart Rate Variability Before and After an Exercise intervention in Individuals with Comorbid Insomnia and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

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