AllerGen researchers profiled for CIHR 150
In recognition of Canada’s 150th anniversary, the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) is “celebrating health research” by sharing the stories of Canadian researchers and patients.
The CIHR website now profiles the work of numerous AllerGen researchers and HQP. Click on the links below to read their profiles.
- Dr. Meghan Azad (CHILD Study): The protective power of breast milk
- Dr. Moshe Ben-Shoshan (C-CARE): A safe way to test if a child is allergic to antibiotics
- Ms. Aimée Dubeau (CHILD Study): My journey as a health researcher: A time for reflection and celebration; Canadian researchers’ contribution to world health is something we can all be proud of!
- Dr. Michael Kobor (Gene-Environment Interactions): Exploring the lifelong impact of early-life adversity; The consequences of adversity during childhood can span a lifetime
- Dr. Anita Kozyrskyj (CHILD Study): Celebrating 7 years of SyMBIOTA (Synergy in Microbiota) research
- Dr. Malcolm Sears (CHILD Study): A physician’s journey into epidemiology – Two countries, two cohorts; Using long-term data to improve asthma treatments
- Dr. Teresa To (CHILD Study): OASIS: A made-in-Ontario asthma monitoring system with big aspirations; A breath of fresh air: The Ontario Asthma Surveillance Information System (OASIS) studies the impact of air pollution and climate on disease
- Dr. Stuart Turvey (CHILD Study): Why some kids get asthma and others don’t
- Dr. Wendy Ungar (AllerGen Investigator): Championing child-friendly health policies: Giving children a voice; Tough TASK masters: Informing decisions on children’s health care services with the best-in-class evidence