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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Gordon, John

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University of Saskatchewan Veterinary Microbiology

Canadian Group of Food Allergy Research (CanGoFAR) ——- Canadian Group on Food Allergy Research (CanGoFAR) ——- Functional consequences of innate immune receptor polymorphisms ——- Identification of genetic predictors of peanut allergy ——- Preventing Severe reactions – Preclinical Studies ——- Strategies for enhancing tolerance induction: Preclinical studies and CHILD linked project development ——- Tolerance induction and threshold studies to peanut allergen: relevance to consumer exposure to baked goods ——- Vaccines for asthma & allergies – a bacterial immune-prophylactic and therapeutic approach

Gounni, Abdel

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University of Manitoba Immunology

Gender-related biologic and sociologic impact of obesity

Grasemann, Hartmut

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Hospital for Sick Children Respiratory Medicine

The Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development (CHILD) Study

Greenwood, Celia

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McGill University Health Centre Biostatistician

Causes and Prevention: Identifying the genetic basis of peanut allergy

Greer, Wenda

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Capital Health / Dalhousie University Hematology

Functional consequences of innate immune receptor polymorphisms

Gutkin, Cal

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Family Physician

Certified Allergy Educator Program

Haines, Ted

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McMaster University Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics

Changing Practice for Prevention and Early Detection of Occupational Asthma and Allergic Diseases in the Primary Care Setting ——- Work-Related Asthma and Allergy: Prevention and Early Detection (WRAAPED) research program

Halayko, Andrew

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University of Manitoba Internal Medicine & Physiology

IDO, glutamate receptors and allergic inflammation

Hamid, Qutayba

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McGill University Respiratory Medicine

Host environment interaction: Educating TLR-4+lymphocytes in childhood ——- Intracellular Cytokine Production ——- Neuroimmune interactions: a partnership in drug development and translational research ——- Study of the pathogenesis and reversibility of airway damage and repair during chronic mucosal immune responses to environmental allergies

HayGlass, Kent

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University of Manitoba Immunology

Identification of genetic predictors of peanut allergy ——- Maternal Stress and Childhood Asthma ——- Predicting Peanut Allergy ——- Stress, asthma and atopy socio-spatial investigations (SAASSI) ——- The Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development (CHILD) Study ——- TLR function in human neonates

Hegele, Richard

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University of Toronto Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology; Virology

Environmental impact on the epithelial immune barrier in asthma ——- Environmental impact, inflammation and the role of IL-13 receptor a2 ——- Respiratory syncytial virus in the development of infant wheezing disorders: a bench to bedside approach to gene-virus interactions ——- The Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development (CHILD) Study

Hirota, Jeremy

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The University of British Columbia Respiratory immunology

Holness, D. Linn

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University of Toronto Occupational Medicine

Workplace sensitizers: skin and lung exposure, responses and prevention ——- Work-Related Asthma and Allergy: Prevention and Early Detection (WRAAPED) research program ——- Changing Practice for Prevention and Early Detection of Occupational Asthma and Allergic Diseases in the Primary Care Setting ——- The Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development (CHILD) Study

Hudson, Thomas

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Ontario Institute for Cancer Research Medical Genetics, Microbiology, Biophysics

Hull, Peter

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University of Saskatchewan Dematology, Genetics

Causes and Prevention: Identifying the genetic basis of peanut allergy

Infante-Rivard, Claire

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McGill University Epidemiology

A feasibility study to develop an exposure model for indoor air contaminants and to collect genetic data on an asthmatic cohort

Inman, Mark

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McMaster University Respirology

Environmental impact, inflammation and the role of IL-13 receptor a2 ——- Perinatal stress and programming of allergic responses ——- Regulation of lung mucosal immune responses by heterologous exposure to multiple infectious and allergic agents

Jordana, Manel

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McMaster University Pathology & Molecular Medicine

Canadian Group of Food Allergy Research (CanGoFAR) ——- Canadian Group on Food Allergy Research (CanGoFAR) ——- Disease Management: Canadian peanut thresholds study ——- Identification of genetic predictors of peanut allergy ——- Predicting Peanut Allergy ——- Preventing Severe reactions – Preclinical Studies ——- Regulation of lung mucosal immune responses by heterologous exposure to multiple infectious and allergic agents ——- Strategies for enhancing tolerance induction: Preclinical studies and CHILD linked project development

Joseph, Lawrence

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McGill University Clinical Epidemiology, Bayesian Statistics

A Cross-Canada Anaphylaxis Registry (C-CARE) ——- Cross-Canada Anaphylaxis REgistry (C-CARE) ——- Is the prevalence of peanut allergy increasing? A five-year follow-up study on the prevalence of peanut allergy in Montreal school children, aged 5-9 ——- SPAACE Surveying Prevalence of food Allergies in All Canadian Environments ——- Surveying Canadians to Assess the Prevalence of Common Food Allergies and Attitudes towards Food Labelling and Risk (SCAAALAR) ——- Surveying the Prevalence of food Allergy in All Canadian Environments -Trends Over Time (SPAACE to SPAACE) ——- The development, implementation and evaluation of strategies to promote well-being of children and youth with allergies and/or asthma (Part 2 THEME B – Improving Food Labelling for Allergens to Build Consumer Capacity)

Kagan, Rhoda

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North York General Hospital Pediatric Allergist

Is the prevalence of peanut allergy increasing? A five-year follow-up study on the prevalence of peanut allergy in Montreal school children, aged 5-9 ——- The development, implementation and evaluation of strategies to promote well-being of children and youth with allergies and/or asthma (Part 2 THEME B – Improving Food Labelling for Allergens to Build Consumer Capacity)

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