AllerGen Investigators

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

The researchers listed here have formal status as AllerGen-affiliated Investigators.

For AllerGen project collaborators, see the AllerGen Collaborators Database.

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


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Blanchet, Marie-Renee

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Université Laval - IUCPQ Reagents for Hyp. Pneum.

CD34 as a therapeutic target for allergic inflammation and asthma

Bosse, Yohan

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Université Laval Endocrinology & Genomics, Molecular Medicine

Functional TSLP genomics in vitro and ex vivo: human epithelial cell production of TSLP in relation to asthma development

Boulet, Louis-Philippe

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Université Laval Pneumology

The link between upper and lower airway inflammation ——- Allergic Rhinitis Clinical Investigator Collaborative (AR-CIC): Development of a standardized nasal allergen challenge model for a multi-center research collaborative to investigate novel therapeutic agents for allergic rhinitis ——- Biomarkers of a Sympathetic Anti-inflammatory Pathway, Neuro-regulation of Sympathetic Anti-inflammatory Activity ——- Clinical Investigator Collaborative (CIC) ——- Development of an Adaptive Immune Phenotyping Monitoring Platform ——- Development of an Evidence-based Certified Allergy Educator Program ——- Genetics of the early and late responses to AllerGen challenge ——- Mobilizing best practices in Asthma and Allergy management and use of the Air Quality Health Index in the Canadian sport and recreation community ——- Role of fibrocytes as biomarkers of airway remodelling in asthma: A proof of concept ——- Shared Decision in Asthma Management: A Strategy to Improve Asthma Control ——- The Clinical Investigator Collaborative (CIC)-Allergic Asthma (AA) ——- The Clinical Investigator Collaborative (CIC)-Allergic Rhinitis (AR) ——- The Clinical Investigator Collaborative (CIC)-Severe Asthma

Brauer, Michael

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University of British Columbia Environmental Health; Atmospheric Science

Traffic-related air pollution as a risk factor for the development of childhood asthma ——- Mini-CHILD Environment – Assessment of Land Use Regression ——- Strengthening the Case for Ongoing Reduction of Exposure to Traffic-Related Air Pollution (SCORE-TRAP) ——- An Assessment of Long-Term Indoor Residential Pollution Exposures among Canadian Children ——- Better Exposure Avoidance Measures (BEAM) and New Environmental Sensor Tool Development ——- Improved Tools for Assessing Long-Term Indoor and Outdoor Exposures in Epidemiologic Studies of Allergy and Asthma & Repeat Home Visits and Alternative Sampling Techniques in the Mini-CHILD Study (Mini-CHILD II) ——- Mini-CHILD: Assessment of the home environment

Brinkman, Fiona

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Simon Fraser University Molecular Biology & Biochemistry

A network biology approach to allergy requires annotated database of molecular interaction ——- Molecular interactions and ontologies for allergy and asthma

Brook, Jeff

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Environment Canada/University of Toronto Air Quality Research/Occupational & Environmental Health

An Integrative Multidimensional Genomic and Epigenomic Approach for the Study of Short-Term Diesel Exhaust on Asthmatics ——- Allergic asthma: Air pollution and allergen interactions ——- An Assessment of Long-Term Indoor Residential Pollution Exposures among Canadian Children ——- Better Exposure Avoidance Measures (BEAM) and New Environmental Sensor Tool Development ——- Cardiopulmonary consequences of air pollution in a murine model of allergic asthma ——- CHILD Executive Meeting Workshop in Toronto ——- Environmental Affects on Allergic Airway Disease ——- Improved Tools for Assessing Long-Term Indoor and Outdoor Exposures in Epidemiologic Studies of Allergy and Asthma & Repeat Home Visits and Alternative Sampling Techniques in the Mini-CHILD Study (Mini-CHILD II) ——- Mini-CHILD: Environmental assessment of molecular genetic characterization of microbes in outdoor and indoor air and dust ——- Mobilizing best practices in Asthma and Allergy management and use of the Air Quality Health Index in the Canadian sport and recreation community ——- Rapid Environmental Effects on Genes: The Lens of Epigenetics (REEGLE) ——- Strengthening the Case for Ongoing Reduction of Exposure to Traffic-Related Air Pollution (SCORE-TRAP) ——- Technology-enabled Knowledge Translation and Mobilization ——- The Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development (CHILD) Study ——- Traffic-related air pollution as a risk factor for the development of childhood asthma

Brownell, Marni

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University of Manitoba Health Policy, Community Health Sciences

Allergy-Brain Connection (ABC) Research Team ——- Maternal distress and the development of atopic disease in children: Potential pathways and interventions

Burstyn, Igor

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University of Alberta / Drexel University Occupational Hygiene, Epidemiology

Pan Canadian study of gene-environment interactions in the etiology of occupational asthma ——- Surveillance of occupational asthma

Cameron, Lisa

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University of Alberta Pulmonary Medicine

Functional genetics in allergy

Campbell, Tavis

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University of Calgary

Allergy-Brain Connection (ABC) Research Team

Carlsten, Chris

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University of British Columbia Respirology; Occupational and Environmental Lung Disease

An Integrative Multidimensional Genomic and Epigenomic Approach for the Study of Short-Term Diesel Exhaust on Asthmatics ——- Clinical Investigator Collaborative (CIC) ——- Development of a Human Phthalate Inhalation Exposure Model ——- Genetics of the early and late responses to AllerGen challenge ——- Genome wide association study of allergy and asthma in the Canadian Asthma Primary Prevention Study (CAPPS) and the Study of Allergy Genes and Environment (SAGE) ——- Mini-CHILD: Environment

Carr, Stuart

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University of Alberta

Development of an Evidence-based Certified Allergy Educator Program ——- Disease Modulation Clinical Tolerance Study ——- Technology-enabled Knowledge Translation and Mobilization

Castleden, Heather

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Dalhousie University Community Health and Epidemiology; Aboriginal expertise; Geography

Engaging Aboriginal families affected by allergies and asthma in support-education program development ——- Promoting Health Equity for Vulnerable Populations affected by Asthma and Allergies

Caulfield, Timothy

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University of Alberta Law

Evidence, ethics and health policy research ——- Moving forward with birth cohort research in Canada: The legal and ethical foundations for the CHILD study ——- Technology-enabled Knowledge Translation and Mobilization ——- Using and abusing evidence in science and health policy ——- White Paper Series

Chad, Zave

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Canadian Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Foundation Allergy & Immunology

Cross-Canada Anaphylaxis REgistry (C-CARE)

Chakir, Jamila

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Université Laval Immunology

Clinical Investigator Collaborative (CIC) ——- Role of fibrocytes as biomarkers of airway remodelling in asthma: A proof of concept ——- The Clinical Investigator Collaborative (CIC)-Allergic Asthma (AA)

Chan-Yeung, Moira

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University of British Columbia Respiratory Medicine

Genome wide association study of allergy and asthma in the Canadian Asthma Primary Prevention Study (CAPPS) and the Study of Allergy Genes and Environment (SAGE) ——- Mini-CHILD: Environment

Chan, Edmond

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BC Children's Hospital Pediatric Allergist

A Cross-Canada Anaphylaxis Registry (C-CARE) ——- Causes and Prevention: Identifying the genetic basis of peanut allergy

Chartier, Mariette

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University of Manitoba Community Health Sciences

Allergy-Brain Connection (ABC) Research Team ——- Maternal distress and the development of atopic disease in children: Potential pathways and interventions

Chen, Edith

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Northwestern University Psychology

Mini-CHILD: Psychosocial Assessment and Epigenetics ——- The Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development (CHILD) Study

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