Occupational and Environmental Hygiene

The program's major research themes include acoustics, noise and vibration; exposure assessment; analytical methods development using immunological, biological, chemical and microsensor methods; occupational and environmental epidemiology; and risk assessment and translation of research to policy.

 

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Faculty Members in Occupational and Environmental Hygiene

Name Research Interests
Bartlett, Karen Hastings Indoor air quality, bioaerosol exposures in work and community environments, particularly in rural or agricultural settings
Brauer, Michael Environmental and occupational health and safety; Health sciences; Public and population health; air pollution; built environment; Community Health / Public Health; environmental health; environmental epidemiology; healthy cities; remote sensing
Davies, Hugh William Environmental and occupational health and safety; Health sciences; Public and population health; Antineoplastic drug hazards; Community Health / Public Health; environmental health; Exposure Assessment; Noise and Health; Occupational Health; Occupational Safety and Health
Koehoorn, Mieke Occupational health, injury, compensation policies, Worksafe BC, Gender Work and Health
McLeod, Christopher occupational heath and the social epidemiology of the working life course.
Poon, Brenda Population-level early identification and early intervention for children with special needs; Complex systems of coordinated service delivery and supports; Family-centered services; Integrated child health information systems; Community-based research regarding social determinants of children
Weinberger, Kate Rebecca Environmental and occupational health and safety; Public and population health; Aeroallergens; climate change; Community Health / Public Health; environmental health; environmental epidemiology; Epidemiology; Extreme weather events; Heat waves
Yassi, Annalee occupational health, health of health workers, international health, global health, community-based research, capacity building, Latin America, evidence-based best practices, workplace injury and illness prevention, HIV and TB prevention and care for health workers, South Africa