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 features the following profiles of CHILD Study researchers and staff:
Dr. Malcolm Sears, Founding Director of the CHILD Study
A physician’s journey into epidemiology – Two countries, two cohorts; Using long-term data to improve asthma treatments
Dr. Meghan Azad
The protective power of breast milk
Ms. Aimée Dubeau
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
Exploring the lifelong impact of early-life adversity; The consequences of adversity during childhood can span a lifetime
Dr. Anita Kozyrskyj
Celebrating 7 years of SyMBIOTA (Synergy in Microbiota) research
Dr. Teresa To
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