Associate Professor, University of Manitoba

Dr. Tracey Peter is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Manitoba. Dr. Peter has published widely in the area of risk and protective factors among a diverse range of marginalized populations including: suicidality, trauma, educational inequality, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer youth (LGBTQ). In addition to being a co-investigator on the CIHR project, Dr. Peter has been successful in obtaining other research grants, some of which include:
·      Taylor, C. (Principal Investigator), Peter, T., Short, D. (Law, U of Manitoba), & Ristock, J. (Associate VP Research & Gender Studies, U of Manitoba) (Co-Investigators). National Survey of Canadian Teachers on Sexual and Gender Minority Inclusive Education, 2011-2014, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Standard Research Grant, $138,063.
·      Peter, T. (Principal Investigator), Taylor, C. & Chamberland, L. (Co-investigators). National survey of Canadian teachers on lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender/two spirit (LGBTQ) inclusive education. 2010-2011, SVR (Diversité Sexuelle et de Genre/Sexual and Gender Diversity), $6,000.
·      Peter, T. (Principal Investigator), Chartier, M. (Co-Investigator). Towards flourishing: Improving the mental health among new mothers in the Manitoba Families First Home Visiting Program, 2010, Public Health Agency of Canada, $150,300.
·      Taylor, C. (Principal Investigator), Peter, T. (Co-Investigator). First national climate survey on homophobia in Canadian schools, 2007-2010, Egale Canada, $40,000.

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