Racine, Eric. Research program on ethics in neuroscience and mental health, Senior Career award, Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé, 2015-2019.
Rabasa-Lhoret, Rémi, André Carpentier, Jean-Louis Chiasson, Jennifer Estall, May Faraj, Hertzel Gerstein, Ahmad Haidar, Melanie Henderson, Irene Hramiak, Margaret Lawson, Laurent Legault, Samer Mansour, Ravi Retnakaran, Eric Racine (program expert). Using artificial pancreas systems for the treatment of type 1 and type 2 diabetes, Program: Foundation Scheme: 2014 1st live pilot, NIH, 2015-2022.
Illes, Judy, Eric Racine. Neuroethics Excellence and Societal Innovation Core (NESIC). NeuroDevNet, Network of Centres of Excellence in Brain Development, 2015-2018.
Racine, Eric, Emily Bell, Mary Ellen Macdonald, Gustavo Turecki. Re-considering vulnerability in mental health research ethics. Operating Grant, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2014-2017.
Turecki G et al. Quebec research network on suicide (Réseau québécois de recherche sur le suicide), Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé, 2013-2017.
Jayne, Lucke, Sharlene Kaye, Bradley Partridge, Matthew Dunn, Wayne Hall, Michael Farrell, Eric Racine. Non-medical use of prescription stimulants by Australian university students: Attitudes, prevalence of, and motivations for use, Australian Research Council, 2013-2015.
PREVIOUS RESEARCH SUPPORT
Dubljević, Veljko, Eric Racine, Ralf Jox. (Re) defining Neuroethics - Exploring the implications and limitations of neuroscience on ethics, Brocher Foundation (workshop), 2014.
Ishihara, Kohji, Osamu Sakura, Tanno Yoshiyuki, Manabu Oi, Tamami Fukushi, Kevin Chien-Chang Wu, Eric Racine. Neuroethics of therapy and prevention of mental illness in early adolescence, childhood and adolescence, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Japan Society of Promotion of Science, 2012-2014
Colin, Johanne, Marcelo Otero, Henri Dorvil, Eric Racine, Constantin Tranulis. Transformation of everyday psychopathology: From ancient nevrosis to contemporary anxiety and depressions, Operating grant, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2011-2014
Racine, Eric. Pragmatism and the neuroscience revolution: Ethical and social implications of social neuroscience. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Standard grant, 2011-2014.
Chandler, Jennifer, Eric Racine. The neuroethics of detecting, suppressing and enhancing memory, CIHR Catalyst Grant, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2011-2013.
Racine, Eric, Mary Pat McAndrews, Debra Matthews, Abbas Sadikot, Mary Ellen Macdonald, Emily Bell. A qualitative study of caregiver and patient perspectives on ethical and social issues in deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease. Operating grant, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2009-2012.
Racine, Eric. Examination of prognostication, end-of-life decision-making and organ donation after cardiocirculatory death in severely brain-injured pediatric patients. New Investigator Award, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2008-2013.
Jox, Ralf J., Juha Räikkä, Eric Racine, Gian Domenico Borasio. Neuroethics and chronic disorders of consciousness: Investigating new challenges for health care decision making in the context of neuroscience innovation, Neuroethics Trilateral Initiative (Germany-Canada-Finland), 2008-2011.
Racine, Eric. Examining the translation of neuroscience to healthcare, Fonds de la recherche en santé du Québec, Career award (2007-2011; declined starting July 2008 because of CIHR career award).
Baylis, Françoise, Jonathan Kimmelman, Mark Bernstein, Alan Fine, Walter Glannon, James Drake, Carl Elliott, David Healy, Sonia Lebris, Mary Pat McAndrews, Eric Racine, Jason Scott Robert. States of mind: Emerging Issues in neuroethics, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2006-2011.
Racine, Eric. Examining stakeholder perspectives and public understanding of the ethical and social issues of cognitive enhancement using methylphenidate, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Standard Research Grant, 2008-2011.
Rochette, Annie, Eric Racine, Hélène Lefebvre, Isabelle Jamieson. Needs and implication or relatives in rehabilitation following stroke following three perspectives: Relatives, stroke patient and healthcare professionals. Operating Grant, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2008-2010.
Racine, Eric. Examining the translation of neuroscience to healthcare, Establishment Fund, Fonds de la recherche en santé du Québec, 2007-2010.
Racine, Eric, Bruce Pike, Julien Doyon, Jocelyn Downie, Jonathan Kimmelman. Identifying practices, challenges and solutions for REB review of advanced neuroimaging research in Canada. CIHR Ethics Seed Grant. Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2007-2009.
Downie, Jocelyn, Dickie Yu, Krisztina Malisza, Bryan Magwood, Matthias Schmidt, Nuala Kenny, Michael Hadskis, Ryan D’Arcy, Toby Martin, Eric Racine, Sally Longstaffe, Albert Chudley, Jens Wrogemann, Martin Bunge. Neuroimaging Ethics: From Theory to Practice. CIHR Neuroethics Net, 2004-2009.
Racine, Eric. Neuroethics: Identifying key challenges from a patient-centred pragmatist perspective, Brocher Foundation, 2007-2008.
Rochette, Annie, Eric Racine, Hélène Lefebre, Martine Alfonso. Ethical and pragmatic aspects of family involvement in post-stroke rehabilitation. CRIR new initiative fund for the development of research in rehabilitation, 2007.