Nawal Farhat

January 31, 2019
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Nawal Farhat is an epidemiologist with recent experience in systematic reviews and large databases. She has provided services to RSI at all stages of systematic reviews that assess the health effects of various exposures. As part of her PhD research at the University of Ottawa, she analysed a large database…

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Philippe Autier

November 6, 2018
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Since 2009, Dr. Philippe Autier has been the Vice-President, Population Studies at the International Prevention Research Institute (iPRI). The position requires project coordination and supervision of scientific works done by a team of biostatisticians, computer specialists and assistants, and involves collaboration with economists, engineers and with other professionals. In the past 3 years Dr. Autier has been the Keynote lecturer at eleven conferences where he has presented conclusions of his studies to official bodies, public companies, Associations and NPO’s through-out the world. He has contributed to over 165 scientific publications since 1987 as lead author or in collaboration with other researchers.

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Anne Jolly

October 16, 2018
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Dr. Ann Jolly is an Associate Professor, School of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Ottawa. She now works at the University of Ottawa teaching and researching how pathogens spread through social networks of vulnerable people.

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David E Atkinson

October 15, 2018
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Dr. Atkinson’s main interest centers around understanding how weather affects an array of human and natural systems, in particular along coastal regions and in the marine environment, using an array of techniques including computer model analysis, work with end-users, and field instrument deployments. His region of specialization is the Arctic and BC.

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Douglas McNair

September 10, 2018
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Douglas McNair is one of four Cerner software developers who have received the designation Engineering Fellow. He has for the past 7 years served as President of Cerner Math, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cerner Corporation comprised of a team of PhD-trained applied mathematicians, bioinformaticists, financial engineers, and data scientists dedicated to discovering, validating, developing, and curating machine-learning (ML) based Artificial Intelligence (AI) predictive analytics solutions in preventive care and health services safety, quality, and value. Cerner Math develops AI for Cerner client institutions, for governments and public-sector agencies, and for non-traditional health services and public health organizations.

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John Lark

May 15, 2018
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John Lark is an accomplished manager with broad experience in the management of staff, budgets and deliverables. John Lark has managed research teams, chaired federal-provincial committees, and facilitated workshops at the Board level of large-scale organizations with domestic and international operations. He is a leader in risk management whose skills have been recognized internationally.

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Ila Cote

February 5, 2018
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Dr. Cote is a risk assessor, strategic planner and manager, as well as an advisor to both U.S. and foreign governmental decision-makers. She has been a leader, for over 35 years, in the application of emerging and existing science to understand human health risks. She has conducted and overseen hundreds of risk assessments on a wide variety of environmental problems. Former positions at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency include: Senior Science Advisor, and Acting Division Director (air toxics and criteria pollutant assessments) at the National Center for Environmental Assessment.

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Melvin Andersen

November 17, 2017
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Dr. Andersen has held a number of key positions over a 45 year career in toxicology and risk assessment, including Chief Science Officer at The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences and Professor of Environmental Health at Colorado State University.

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Mark Raizenne

September 28, 2017
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He has more than 30 years of experience in the public service dealing with environmental and public health related issues. Dr. Raizenne has worked in various organizations of the federal health portfolio of Health Canada, as a researcher/scientist and a manager of science programs. Dr. Raizenne was the Director General for the Centre for Food-borne, Environmental and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (CFEZID), in the Public Health Agency of Canada. With Health Canada, Dr. Raizenne’s research focused on the importance of the environmental contaminants, specifically air quality, on human health.

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Patricia Larkin

June 1, 2017
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Her work is currently focused on human health and environmental risk management for climate change mitigation options and adaptation planning. Patricia serves on various boards of regional importance, including the Mississippi Rideau Source Protection Committee.

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