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Populations & Public Health Research Program

Program Lead: Jeff Kwong
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The Populations and Public Health Research Program consists of scientists with diverse research interests in Indigenous health, the environment/housing, injuries/trauma, infectious disease/immunization and population health. Program scientists actively pursue the integration and use of novel data sets (e.g., immigration data, transportation data, air and noise pollution data, laboratory testing data) and methods (e.g., risk prediction algorithms, machine learning, causal inference, economic analyses) to conduct research on how best to promote health and prevent disease for all segments of the population.

Announcements & Events

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Recent Publications

Recent ICES Grants

collaborations and partnerships

Public Health Ontario (PHO)

Ontario HIV Treatment Network

Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC)

Health Canada

Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)

The Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence

Recent Awards & Recognition

  • William Fields Caveness Award

    2020: Awarded to Dr. Angela Colantonio by the Brain Injury Association of America. The award is presented to an individual who, through research on both a national and international level, has made an outstanding contribution to improving the lives of people with brain injury.

  • President's Impact Award

    2020: Awarded to Dr. Stephen Hwang by the University of Toronto in recognition of his pivotal research and advocacy to improve the health of homeless people. Read more.

  • Early Researcher Award

    2018: Awarded to William W.L. Wong by the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Science, Government of Ontario for the project "Developing policy models for viral hepatitis: integrating best evidence of effectiveness, safety, cost, and patient preferences."

ICES Scientists