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overview Catherine Birken MD, MSc, is a general paediatrician in the division of Paediatric Medicine, Associate Professor, University of Toronto (U of T), and a Scientist, Child Health Evaluative Sciences, Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute. Her clinical care activities include attending paediatrician in inpatient paediatrics, and paediatrician in the outpatient SickKids Obesity Management Program for children with complex obesity. Her research is in prevention of childhood overweight and obesity in early childhood, and is co-leader of TARGet Kids! primary care practice based research network to advance child health research. Dr. Birken is funded by CIHR for the study of obesity and cardiometabolic risk and early childhood development in school, 2 randomized controlled trials in obesity prevention and treatment with public health nurse led parenting and home visiting intervention, and a population evaluation of the Healthy Kids Community Challenge in Ontario.

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Concept Longitudinal Studies
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Academic Article Paediatric obesity research in early childhood and the primary care setting: the TARGet Kids! research network.
Academic Article A qualitative description of the development and evaluation of our voice, a health promotion magazine created by pediatric patients for hospitalized pediatric patients.
Academic Article Cohort Profile: The Applied Research Group for Kids (TARGet Kids!).
Academic Article Priority setting in paediatric preventive care research.
Award or Honor Receipt The Children's Hospital Foundation Award for Excellence in Research
Award or Honor Receipt Dr. William Feldman Award for Excellence in Paediatric Medicine Research
Grant Partners in Research: A patient oriented research capacity building initiative for patients and researchers
Grant The impact of high free sugar intake on the gut microbiome, obesity, and cardiometabolic risks: a novel study in preschool-aged children
Grant CIHR DOHaD Registry Project - Research advancement through cohort cataloguing and harmonization (ReACH)
Grant Evaluation of the Healthy Kids Community Challenge in early childhood
Grant CIHR team in childhood obesity research
Grant The TARGet Kids! research study
Grant DO IT! Trial Extension: Vitamin D outcomes and interventions in toddlers: A TARGet Kids! randomized controlled trial
Grant Optimizing growth and developmental trajectories in early childhood through a primary care practice based research network – TARGet Kids! (The Applied Research Group for Kids)
Academic Article Establishing a protocol for building a pan-Canadian population-based monitoring system for early childhood development for children with health disorders: Canadian Children's Health in Context Study (CCHICS).
Academic Article Effect of High-Dose Vitamin D Supplementation on Upper Respiratory Tract Infection Symptom Severity in Healthy Children.
Academic Article Engaging parents to research childhood interventions aimed at preventing common health problems.
Academic Article Reliability of routinely collected anthropometric measurements in primary care.
Academic Article A qualitative study to understand parent and physician perspectives about cow's milk fat for children.
Academic Article Adiposity and Fat-Free Mass of Children Born with Very Low Birth Weight Do Not Differ in Children Fed Supplemental Donor Milk Compared with Those Fed Preterm Formula.

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