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ALTOSAAR, Illimar »


Illimar Altosaar

Full professor
Faculty of Medicine
Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology

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Office: 6135625800 x 6371
Office: 6135625800 x 6375
Cell: 613 804 1885
Home: 613 518 7767
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New breeding techniques to fight global warming through climate-smart crops. Climate change, Greenhouse Gases, GHG, Global warming, carbon dioxide, CO2, Nitrous oxide, N2O, bioremediation, biotechnology, soil metagenome, soil microbiome, biodiversity, gene amplification, soil biocatalysts, Atmospheric phytoremediation, Pseudomonas nautica, Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus, nosZ gene operon, Nitrous Oxide reductase enzyme, fertilizer, Nitrogen cycle, nitrate run-off,

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BENCHIMOL, Eric »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Medicine
Pediatrics

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Dr. Benchimol conducts epidemiology, outcomes, and health services research in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). He is leading the health services research and quality improvement initiatives for the Canadian Children IBD Network. His work created The Ontario Crohn’s and Colitis Cohort, the world’s largest ongoing surveillance cohort of IBD patients. Dr. Benchimol also chairs the Canadian Gastro-Intestinal Epidemiology Consortium (CanGIEC), which conducts national research on IBD and other chronic illnesses using health administrative data. Dr. Benchimol’s work is focused on improving the way the health care system treats children with IBD, at a clinical, provincial, and national level.

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BOLAND, Margaret P. »


Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition
Associate professor
Faculty of Medicine
Pediatrics

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Office: 613-737-7600 (1516)
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Clinical interests in nutrition, parenteral nutrition, gastrointestinal and nutritional issues in cystic fibrosis.

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DAVIDSON, Simon I. »


Chief of Psychiatry
Associate professor
Faculty of Medicine
Psychiatry

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Office: 613-737-7600 (2723)
Home: 613-727-5208
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Mental health promotion, mental illness prevention, early intervention program for mental illness in youth, mental health service delivery models for children and youth. Suicidal behavior in youth. Mood and anxiety disorders and related school refusal among youth.

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FORGERON, Paula »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Nursing

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Office: 613-562-5800 ext 8420
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My program of research focuses on pediatric pain management with two related but distinct areas. The first examines social functioning (particularly close friendships) of adolescents with chronic pain. The second is knowledge translation approaches to improve pain care for hospitalized children in developing countries.

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HARRISON, Denise »


Chair in Nursing Care of Children, Youth and Families
Assistant professor
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Nursing

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Office: 613-562-5800 (8693)
Office: 613-737-7600 (4140)
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My field of research is called “Be Sweet to Babies” and focuses on reducing pain in babies and children. My studies include effectiveness and use of sugar water (sucrose) in sick and healthy babies and children. I am also involved in reviewing all other studies people have done in relation to sucrose and breastfeeding for pain management. In addition, I study how hospitals and community settings actually use recommended pain management strategies during needle procedures such as immunization and blood work, and how we can improve pain management for our youngest populations.

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LEMYRE, Brigitte »


Neonatologist
Associate professor
Faculty of Medicine
Pediatrics

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Office: 613-737-8561
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Clinical trials and practice guidelines involving strategies to manage pain in the neonatal unit better. Guidelines for using sucrose (sugar water) before painful procedures for babies in hospital. Anesthetic cream applied to the skin before a poke for bloodwork, again in babies. Involved in clinical trials assessing the efficacy and safety of nasal ventilation in preterm infants.

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MOORE, Gregory »


Academic Neonatologist
Assistant professor
Faculty of Medicine
Medicine

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Office: 613-737-8561
Office: 613-737-8909
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Dr. Moore is a Clinical Investigator at the CHEO Research Institute and at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Ottawa and an academic neonatologist practicing at the two level 3 neonatal intensive care units in Ottawa. He has a keen interest in post-graduate medical education, quality of care improvement, communication and bioethics. His main clinical interests are the management of infants with Extremely Low Birth Weight (ELBW), and mechanical ventilation.

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SANOU, Dia »


Dia Sanou

Faculty
Assistant professor
Faculty of Health Sciences

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Office: 613-562-5800 (7043)
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Dr Sanou research aims at understanding and improving the nutrition and health of children and youth from disadvantaged communities worldwide including rural populations in Sub-Saharan Africa, Canadian immigrants and Aboriginal people. He is working on determinants of child malnutrition; dietary related acculturation and its impact on Canadian health; nutrition programming of relevance to the agenda of international development and health interventions to prevent dietary related diseases.

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English and French , bambara, dioula, bobo, moore

SPENCE, John E. H. »


Full professor
Faculty of Medicine
Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Office: 613-761-4654
Home: 613-247-8821
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Pediatric and adolescent gynecology.

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THÉBAUD, Bernard »


Neonatologist
Full professor
Faculty of Medicine
Pediatrics

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Office: 613-737-8899 x73905
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Dr. Thébaud studies the mechanisms of lung development, injury and repair in order to design new treatments for incurable lung diseases. Dr. Thébaud has set out an ambitious research program for his lab in order to study clinically-relevant questions for translation into real-life applications. Over the next five years, his goal is to bring safe and effective cell-based therapies for lung diseases into the clinic, and thereby create vast improvements in patient outcomes.

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