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.