Room 9-387
3333 University Way
Prince George, British Columbia
work phone: 2509605157

Scientist Level 1, CFRI

George MA, Jin A, Brussoni M, Lalonde C. (2015) Injury inequalities: is the gap closing between the Aboriginal and general population of British Columbia? Health Reports 26(1):3-13.

Brussoni M, Jin A., George MA, Lalonde CE. (2014). Aboriginal community-level predictors of injury-related hospitalization in British Columbia, Canada. Prevention Science 2014.

George MA, Hardy C. (2014) Addressing FASD in British Columbia, Canada: Analysis of funding proposals. Journal of Population Therapeutics and Clinical Pharmacology 21(3):e338-e345.

Jin A, George MA, Brussoni, M, Lalonde CE. (2014) Worker compensation injuries among the Aboriginal population of British Columbia, Canada: Incidence, annual trends, and ecological analysis of risk markers, 1987-2010. BMC Public Health 14, 710. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-14-710 MS: 2191753661130282 (Available at:

Clark E, George MA, Hardy C, Hall W, MacMillan P, Wakabayashi S, & Hughes K. (2014). Effectiveness of a school-based intervention for students diagnosed with feotal alcohol syndrome in British Columbia, Canada. International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research 2014; 3(1): 25-34.

George MA, Bassani C. (2013) Does living in a neighbourhood with others of the same ethnic background contribute to health of Canada’s immigrant children? Canadian Journal of Public Health 104(7):e482-e486.

George M Anne, McCormick R, Lalonde CE, Jin A, Brussoni M. (2013). The RISC research project: injury in First Nations communities in British Columbia, Canada. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 72 Supplement 1:441-446.

George MA. (2013). Family Health – Introduction. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 72 Supplement 1:531-533.

George MA, Bassani C, Armstrong RW. (2012). Influence of Perceived Racial Discrimination on Health and Behaviour of Immigrant Children in British Columbia

My research focuses on public and population health, and on examining social determinants of health.

My areas of research are:

  • The health and well-being of populations, including immigrant and refugees, and aboriginal peoples
  • Alcohol and alcohol-related risks, including alcohol exposure during pregnancy
  • Improved health research practice, particularly with respect to ethical considerations