Approved Projects & Studies

CanPath has supported more than 100 research projects and activities, many of which have resulted in publications in high impact journals.

For a detailed listing of active projects and studies within each regional cohort, please visit the cohort websites.

2018

Occupational Exposure to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Colorectal Cancer Risk

Principal Investigator: Dr. Vikki Ho, Dr. Jack Siemiatycki

Affiliation: Centre de recherche du centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM)

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2017

Comparative genome-wide association of aortic stenosis with and without coronary artery disease

Principal Investigator: Dr. George Thanassoulis

Affiliation: Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre

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2017

Occupational physical activity and lung cancer risk

Principal Investigator: Dr. Vikki Ho

Affiliation: Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre

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2016

Understanding Different Approaches of Harmonization Using Individual Participant Data to Investigate the Determinants Associated with Age at Menopause

Principal Investigator: Dr. Isabel Fortier

Affiliation: Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre

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2016

Association Between Eczema and Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Morbidity

Principal Investigator: Dr. Aaron Drucker

Affiliation: Brown University

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2015

EpiCan

Principal Investigator: Dr. Philip Awadalla

Affiliation: CanPath, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

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2014

Quantifying the Cancer Incidence Burden due to Lifestyle and Environment in Canada – The Canadian Population Attributable Risk of Cancer Project (ComPARe)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Darren Brenner, Dr. Christine Friedenreich

Affiliation: Department of Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Research, CancerControl Alberta, Alberta Health Services

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2013

Canadian Alliance for Healthy Hearts and Minds

Principal Investigator: Dr. Sonia Anand, Dr. Matthias Friedrich, Dr. Jack Tu

Affiliation: Population Health Research Institute, Hamilton General Hospital

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