As the Senior Environmental Health Scientist at the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC), I lead a program of applied research and surveillance to support evidence-based policy for the province.

This role requires me to be a generalist rather than a specialist, and my work spans a wide range of topics including: air pollution from all provincially relevant sources (wildfire smoke, residential woodsmoke, industry, road dust, shipping, and vehicles); extreme weather events; radon gas; food safety; water quality; and exposures managed by the Drug and Poison Information Centre (DPIC). Most of my work requires the collection, processing, integration, analysis, and communication of health and environmental data, for which I am a proficient and enthusiastic R user.

A complete record of my publication history can be found here.

phone: 6047072449
Environmental Health Services, BC Centre for Disease Control
655 West 12th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V5Z 4R4

A complete record of my publication history can be found here.

SPPH 567 Quantitative Methods for the Assessment and Analysis of Exposure Data
SPPH 553 Foundations of Public Health Computing in R

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