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In the spring of 2006, ICES made a proposal to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care as part of its renewal application that an ICES site be established at each of the Ontario medical schools, and the University of Waterloo. The MOHLTC endorsed the principles of increasing access to high quality data for researchers, and building broader capacity for policy-relevant health services research, and a plan to pilot this model at Queen's University in 2007 was established.

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Recent Publications

Recent ICES Grants


Currently, we have 18 scientists representing a broad range of research interests and disciplines. Our scientists have achieved national (and international) recognition in their areas of expertise, all holding appointments at Queen's University and some maintaining clinical practices in hospitals in the Kingston area.

Our work covers the assessment of health care delivery and the effectiveness, as well as cost-effectiveness, of drug therapies and treatment programs. The latter includes oncology and pharmacoepidemiology, with specific focus on ophthalmology, diabetes, asthma, nursing and primary care.

Recent Awards & Recognitions

  • 2008-13 - Mid-Career Investigator, Ontario Women's Health Council/CIHR Institute of Gender and Health

    Awarded to Elizabeth VanDenKerkhof.

  • 2013 Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Organization Clinician Scientist Development Award

    Dr. Diane Lougheed is the recipient of a 2013 Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Association (SEAMO) Clinician Scientist Development Award.




ICES Queen’s Supervisor

Thesis Title

Degree Awarded

Alyson Mahar

Ana Johnson

A Population-Based Outcome and Economic Evaluation of Non-Curative Interventions for Gastric Cancer


Kendra Barrick

Linda Levesque; Diane Lougheed

Compensated Work-Related Asthma in Ontario: A Data Linkage Analysis

Erica Walsh

Linda Levesque

Quadrivalent HPV vaccine and the risk of type 1 dibetes mellitus in grade 8 girls: a population -based cohort study


Ting Lim

Linda Levesque

The Risk of Serious Neurological Complications Associated with
the Use of the Quadrivalent Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine: The Ontario Grade 8
Cohort Study


Felicia Leung

Patti Groome; Stephen Hall

The association between usual health care utilization and stage at diagnosis in laryngeal cancer


Olivia Remes

Linda Levesque

Predictors of the Quadrivalent HPV Vaccine Uptake in Grade 8
Girls: The Ontario Cohort Study


ICES Scientists