CENTRES SECTOR LEADERS ORGANIZATIONS TITLE TOTAL FUNDING GENOME CANADA CONTRIBUTION LARGE-SCALE APPLIED RESEARCH PROJECTS Génome Québec Agriculture François Belzile Richard Bélanger Université Laval SoyaGen: Improving yield and disease resistance in short- season soybean $8,235,673 $1,602,591 Genome Prairie Agriculture Kristin Bett Bert Vandenberg University of Saskatchewan Application of Genomics to Innovation in the Lentil Economy (AGILE) $7,892,793 $1,463,833 Genome Alberta Genome Prairie Agriculture Michael Dyck John Harding Bob Kemp University of Alberta Application of Genomics to Improve Disease Resilience and Sustainability in Pork Production $9,801,714 $3,799,998 Genome British Columbia Ontario Genomics Agriculture Leonard Foster Amro Zayed University of British Columbia Sustaining and Securing Canada's Honey Bees using 'Omic Tools $7,263,568 $2,786,531 Génome Québec Agriculture Lawrence Goodridge Roger Levesque McGill University A Syst-OMICS Approach to Ensuring Food Safety and Reducing the Economic Burden of Salmonellosis $9,708,401 $3,817,861 Genome Alberta Ontario Genomics Agriculture Filippo Miglior Paul Stothard University of Guelph Increasing Feed Efficiency and Reducing Methane Emissions through Genomics: A new promising goal for the Canadian dairy industry $10,306,910 $3,798,134 Genome Prairie Genome British Columbia Agriculture Andrew Potter Robert Hancock VIDO-InterVac University of Saskatchewan Reverse Vaccinology Approach for the Prevention of Mycobacterial Disease in Cattle $7,358,606 $2,872,310 Genome Prairie Agriculture Curtis Pozniak Andrew Sharpe University of Saskatchewan Canadian Triticum Applied Genomics (CTAG2) $8,809,640 $1,707,991 Genome British Columbia Agriculture Loren Rieseberg John Burke University of British Columbia Genomics of Abiotic Stress Resistance in Wild and Cultivated Sunflowers $7,879,009 $3,054,485 Genome Alberta Agriculture Paul Stothard Stephen Miller Stephen Moore University of Alberta Whole Genome Selection through Wide Imputation in Beef Cattle $8,241,119 $3,860,665 Genome British Columbia Genome Alberta Forestry Sally Aitken Sam Yeaman Richard Hamelin University of British Columbia CoAdapTree: Healthy trees for future climates $5,800,000 $1,881,454 Génome Québec Genome Prairie Environment Niladri Basu Markus Hecker Doug Crump McGill University EcoToxChip: A toxicogenomics tool for chemical prioritization and environmental management $9,786,922 $3,104,002 Genome British Columbia Génome Québec Forestry Joerg Bohlmann Jean Bousquet University of British Columbia Spruce-Up: Advanced spruce genomics for productive and resilient forests $10,417,352 $3,000,000 LARGE-SCALE science Table 1: Active Projects 2016-17 Genome Canada Annual Report 2016-17 26