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Student Opportunities

Karen H. Bartlett

  • Determination of the risk of occupational exposure to bioaerosols in compost

Pierre Bérubé

  • Assist with a critical literature review on the handling of residuals from drinking water treatment

Christopher Carlsten

  • Dr. Carlsten welcomes Masters and PhD-level students with interest in his research to contact him regarding possible training opportunities with CCOERD

Hugh Davies

  • My research often results in student opportunites. Please contact me if you are interested in any of my areas of research or wish to propose new ones!

Paul Demers

  • Comparison of methods for assessing respiratory health outcomes in cohort studies Personal health monitoring v. administrative data
  • Epidemiologic study of Occupational Physical Activity and Cancer and/or Heart Disease using data from the BC Sawmill Study
  • Epidemiologic study of Occupational Sun Exposure and Cancer using data from the BC Sawmill Study
  • Injury Epidemiology focusing on Safety Hazards, Noise, and Injuries

John R. Grace

  • Continuing our work on PBDEs: modelling and further data gathering
  • Extending our work on capture of CO2 and SO2
  • Extending the PBDE work to other contaminants such as PFOS and personal care products

Murray Hodgson

  • Effect of classroom acoustical renovations on teachers and students
  • Prevalence and control of teacher voice problems in classrooms

Mieke Koehoorn

  • Effects of workers compensation policy on health outcomes
  • Investigating injury risks and trends in occupational settings
  • Investigating surgical outcomes among injured workers by compensation and health care system characteristics
  • Risk factors associated with work-related injuries among youth
  • Surveillance of health outcomes among workers in British Columbia using linked health data (e.g. pneumoconiosis)

David Patrick

  • Time Series Analysis of Impact of Programatic Change on Antimicrobial Use and Resistance 

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