AllerGen Collaborators

Search the AllerGen Collaborators Database to learn about the researchers, practitioners and representatives of industry, government, not-for-profit and patient organizations who are participating in, or have participated in, AllerGen-funded project(s) as collaborators.

For project researchers with formal status as AllerGen-affiliated Investigators, see the AllerGen Investigators Database.

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James, Alan

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University of Western Australia Medicine & Pharmacology

Clustering approaches to unravel complex asthma phenotypes ——- Validation of genetic associations in asthma and allergy in Canadian families

Johnson, Glen

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Intelliware Development Inc Business Development

Can e-health tools improve health outcomes in asthma?

Kaplan, Alan

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Family Physician Airways Group of Canada Family Medicine

Can e-health tools improve health outcomes in asthma? ——- Development of an Evidence-based Certified Allergy Educator Program

Kasperski, Jan

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Ontario College of Family Physicians

Can e-health tools improve health outcomes in asthma?

Kaye, Jane

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University of Oxford Medical Law and Ethics

Evidence, ethics and health policy research

Kerkhof, Marjan

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University of Groningen Epidemiology

Traffic-related air pollution as a risk factor for the development of childhood asthma

Kilgannon, Bill Moore

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Public Interest Alberta

Promoting Health Equity for Vulnerable Populations affected by Asthma and Allergies

Kim, Harold

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Canadian Network for Respiratory Care (CNRC)

Development of an Evidence-based Certified Allergy Educator Program

Knoppers, Bartha

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Université de Montréal Human Genetics

Evidence, ethics and health policy research

Koppelman, Gerard

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University of Groningen Pediatric Pulmonology

Causes and Prevention: Identifying the genetic basis of peanut allergy ——- Traffic-related air pollution as a risk factor for the development of childhood asthma

La Vieille, Sebastien

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Health Canada

A Cross-Canada Anaphylaxis Registry (C-CARE) ——- Cross-Canada Anaphylaxis REgistry (C-CARE) ——- Surveying the Prevalence of food Allergy in All Canadian Environments -Trends Over Time (SPAACE to SPAACE)

Lachaine, Collette

Dalhousie University Internal Medicine

A Cross-Canada Anaphylaxis Registry (C-CARE)

Laframboise, Deirdre

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Clean Air Champions Environmental Studies

Mobilizing best practices in Asthma and Allergy management and use of the Air Quality Health Index in the Canadian sport and recreation community

Larue, Marie

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Asthma Society of Canada

Work-Related Asthma and Allergy: Prevention and Early Detection (WRAAPED) research program

Lee, Young-Ae

St. Joseph's Healthcare

Causes and Prevention: Identifying the genetic basis of peanut allergy

Lefebvre, Diana

St. Joseph's Health Care; Université Laval Family Medicine

Liu, Ling

Health Canada

Cardiopulmonary consequences of air pollution in a murine model of allergic asthma

Lynn, David

Trinity University and Teasgasc

A network biology approach to allergy requires annotated database of molecular interaction

Macdonald, Michael

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University of British Columbia Biomedical Ethics

Evidence, ethics and health policy research

Marrin, Andrea

McMaster University Pediatrics, Speciality Clinical Immunology and Allergy

Canadian Group on Food Allergy Research (CanGoFAR) ——- Disease Management: Canadian peanut thresholds study

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