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BRAND, Kevin »


Kevin Brand

Dr.
Assistant professor
Institute of Population Health

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1852)
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I specialize in methods for risk assessment and risk management, with a particular focus upon human health risks. I am particularly interested in the science policy interface that mediates between the synthesis of facts and the formulation of policy defining conclusions. Methods of particular interest include uncertainty analysis, applied decision analysis, demography, and health economics. I have applied these types of tools in the context of interpreting animal bioassay evidence in the support of regulatory determinations of chemical safety, and am currently applying demography approaches to the study of summary measures of population health (such as DALYs, QALYs, PEYLLs and alike).

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FREEMAN, Aaron »


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Part-time professor
Faculty of Law

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Office: 613-564-0007
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Environment, toxics, pollution, nature, ecology, Kyoto Protocol, climate change, global warming, endangered species, energy efficiency, ecological fiscal reform, Great Lakes, advocacy, elections, electoral law and politics, ethics in government, whistleblowers, access to information, patronage, government appointments, lobbying and lobbyists, party politics, parliamentary procedure, democratic deficit

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MOON, Thomas »


Emeritus professor
Faculty of Science
Biology

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Home: 613-233-6922
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My interests and expertise resides with how animals and in particular fish, adapt or adjust to their environment both in the short- (seasonally) and long- (evolutionary) terms. Recently my work has emphasized how toxic chemicals (man-made chemicals including PCBs and pharmaceuticals) found in aquatic environments impact the health, reproduction and fitness of fish species.

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PICK, Frances Renata »


Frances Renata Pick

Coordinator of the Chemical and Environmental Toxicology Collaborative Programme / Coordonateur du programme de Toxicologie chimique et environnementale
Full professor
Faculty of Science
Biology

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Office: 613-562-5800 (6364)
Office: 613-562-5800 (6365)
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Freshwater ecology (lakes, rivers and wetlands) and water pollution problems (nutrients, metals, organic contaminants). Microbial ecology.

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TRUDEAU, Vance »


Vance TRUDEAU

University Research Chair in Neuroendocrinology
Full professor
Faculty of Science
Biology

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Office: 613-562-5800 (6165)
Office: 613-562-5800 (6015)
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Control on reproduction and sexual development by the brain ("neuroendocrinology"). Effects of sex hormones and pollutants on reproduction in fish and frogs.Captive breeding and conservation of amphibians

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