Network Researchers Database


Search the Network Researchers Database to learn about the scientists and practitioners who are participating in, or have participated in, AllerGen-funded project(s). You can also meet some of these researchers on AllerGen’s YouTube channel.

This database lists all project participants: AllerGen Investigators as well as project collaborators.

See the AllerGen Investigators Database for only those researchers with formal status as AllerGen-affiliated Investigators, and the AllerGen Collaborators Database for only project collaborators.

This database can be sorted and/or searched by any data field.


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Wilson-McManus, Janet

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Functional genomic and proteomic changes in response to nasal allergen challenge and following peptide immunotherapy treatment of the same: A partnership with the Allergic-Rhinitis Clinical Investigator Collaborative (AR-CIC) and industry

Wilson, Kathi

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University of Toronto Medical Geography

SPAACE Surveying Prevalence of food Allergies in All Canadian Environments ——- Surveying the Prevalence of food Allergy in All Canadian Environments -Trends Over Time (SPAACE to SPAACE)

Wilton, Pamela

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St. Joseph's Healthcare

Development of an Evidence-based Certified Allergy Educator Program

Wong, Charles

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University of Winnipeg Chemistry; Environmental Toxicology

The Canadian Asthma Primary Prevention Study: home environment at the 14-year assessment

Wynne-Edwards, Katherine

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University of Calgary glucocorticoids

Allergy-Brain Connection (ABC) Research Team

Xing, Zhou

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McMaster University Pathology & Molecular Medicine, Infectious Diseases

Regulation of lung mucosal immune responses by heterologous exposure to multiple infectious and allergic agents

Yatscoff, Randy

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TEC Edmonton

Commercialization of a Metabolomic-Based Diagnostic for Asthma

Zamar, Ruben

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University of British Columbia Statistics

Development of a Microarray Genotyping Chip for Clinical Trials ——- Mini-CHILD: AllerChip – Development, Validation and Implementation of a Microarray Genotyping Tool for Allergy and Asthma Research

Zamel, Noe

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Mount Sinai Hospital Respirology

Environmental Affects on Allergic Airway Disease

Zhu, Jiping

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Health Canada

Better Exposure Avoidance Measures (BEAM) and New Environmental Sensor Tool Development