Oral Presentation (2012).  Active Living Research Conference Pabayo R., Barnett, TA., Datta, T., O’Loughlin J., Kawachi, I.  Area level social fragmentation is associated with less walking for exercise. Cross-sectional findings from the Quebec Adipose and Lifestyle Investigation in Youth (QUALITY) Study.

 Poster Presentation (2012).  Active Living Research Conference.  Pabayo R., Maximova K., Veugelers, P.J., Spence, J. The Importance of Active Transportation to and from School for Daily Physical Activity Among Children in Canada. 

Poster Presentation (2011). Society of Epidemiologic Research. Pabayo R., Barnett TA., Maximova K, Mathieu ME., O’Loughlin J., Tremblay A., & Lambert M. Sedentary behaviours and adiposity in children.  Montreal.           

Poster Presentation (2011). Society of Epidemiologic Research. Pabayo R., Spence J., Barnett TA., and Gauvin L. The Relationship between television viewing and change in Body Mass Index across time among school-aged children participating in the Canadian national Longitudinal Study of Children and Youth.  Montreal.

Oral Presentation (2011). International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Pabayo R., Spence J., Casey, L., Boule, N. Correlates of Eating Behaviours Among Preschool Children. Melbourne.

Poster Presentation (2011). Canadian Obesity The 2nd National Obesity Summit. Pabayo., Spence JC., Casey, L., Storey, K., Cutumisu N. Socio-demographic, behavioral, and environmental correlates of sweetened beverage consumption among pre-school children.  Montreal. Student Poster Presentation Winner

Oral Presentation (2010). Pabayo R., Gauvin L., and Barnett T.  Sociodemographic Predictors of Using Active Transportation to School among children participating in the National Longitudinal Study of Children and Youth (NLSCY). 3rd International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health, in Toronto, Canada.

Oral Presentation (2010). Pabayo R., Gauvin L., Morency P., Barnett T., Nikiéma B., Seguin L. Understanding the determinants of active transportation to school among children living in poverty: Evidence of environmental injustice from the Quebec Longitudinal Study of Child Development, San Diego, California. 

Oral Presentation (2009). Pabayo R., Belsky J., Gauvin L., and Curtis S.   Do Area Characteristics Predict Change in moderate-to vigorous physical activity from ages 11 to 15?  International Medical Geography Symposium, Hamilton, ON.     

Oral Presentation (2009).  Pabayo R., O’Loughlin J., Gauvin L., and Barnett T.   The role of the school environment in smoking initiation among adolescents in the Nicotine Dependence in Teens (NDIT) Study. Society of Behavioral Medicine in Montreal, Quebec. 

Plenary Oral Presentation (2009). Pabayo R., Gauvin L., Barnett TA, Nikiéma B., Seguin L.   The relationship between active transportation and body mass index from kindergarten through grade 2 among children participating in the Quebec Longitudinal Study of Child Development birth cohort.  Active Living Conference in San Diego, California.

Oral Presentation (2008).  Pabayo R., Gauvin L., Barnett TA, Nikiéma B., Seguin L.   Predictors to active transportation to school among a cohort of 5 years olds in Quebec.  International Conference on Public Health and Physical Activity.  Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 

Poster presentation (2007). Pabayo R. & Gauvin L.  Proportions of students who use various modes of transportation to and from school in a representative population-based sample of children and adolescents, 1999.  Society of Epidemiological Research.  Boston

Poster presentation (2007). Pabayo R. & Gauvin L. Active transportation to school and overweight and obesity amongst children. International Conference on Physical Activity and Obesity in Children. Toronto.

Oral Presentation (2006).  Pabayo R. & Hansen B. Results of the Get Your Move On: Get Active Toronto Evaluation Study. Ontario Public Health Association Conference, Cornwall, ON. 

Poster Presentation (2003). Pabayo R., O’Loughlin J., Gauvin L., Paradis, G., Gray-Donald K. Impact of a ban on extracurricular activities on students’ levels of physical activity Canadian Society of Epidemiology and Biostatistics (CSEB) Halifax, Nova Scotia