New Publication

We’re excited to announce a new publication in Frontiers in Public Health (Environmental Health and Exposome). This article uses toenail samples to assess arsenic speciation and metallomics to assess prostate cancer cases in the Atlantic PATH population.  This research was supported with funding from the Canadian Cancer Society/Prostate Cancer Canada, New Brunswick Health Research Foundation, Read more about New Publication[…]

New Publication

We’re pleased to share a new publication that considers substituting sedentary behaviour with physical activity among participants with a history of cancer. Congratulations to Dr. Cindy Forbes and team! Open Access: https://bit.ly/3MQvqEp  

Congratulations to Dr. Robin Urquhart and the CanPath team across the country!

Funded by the Canadian Cancer Society Data Transformation Grant, this work will connect cancer registry and administrative health data with CanPath data creating a unified resource for cancer research in Canada. https://bit.ly/3OojlZ2 Urquhart R, Awadalla P, Bhatti P, Dummer T, Gravel S, Vena J, Alvi R, Broet P, Kendell C, Kirsh V, Lettre G, Skead Read more about Congratulations to Dr. Robin Urquhart and the CanPath team across the country![…]

Congratulations to Drs. Syed Sibte Raza Abidi, Jong Sung Kim, Ellen Sweeney, Gabriela Ilie, and Trevor Dummer on a successful New Frontiers in Research Fund’s Exploration grant.

The highly competitive funding is meant to support high-risk, high-reward and interdisciplinary research. The NFRF funding is “especially meaningful because it encourages our scholars to push the boundaries of knowledge. This is how great discoveries are made,” says Alice Aiken, Vice-President, Research and Innovation. “It’s exciting to see our researchers harnessing machine learning, natural language Read more about Congratulations to Drs. Syed Sibte Raza Abidi, Jong Sung Kim, Ellen Sweeney, Gabriela Ilie, and Trevor Dummer on a successful New Frontiers in Research Fund’s Exploration grant.[…]

Participant Town Hall

Did you miss CanPath’s Participant Town Hall? It can be viewed on CanPath’s YouTube channel. Learn about how participant data and biosamples are being used in cancer, COVID-19 and chronic disease research. English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbBFTVwKOzE French: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yj7tfI_ay04

CanPath to Study the Impact and Immune Response to COVID-19 Infection and Vaccination

The Government of Canada is investing $1.9m through the COVID-19 Immunity Task Force (CITF) to fund an extension of CanPath’s COVID-19 Antibody Study over a longer period of time, allowing for additional collection of blood samples and questionnaires. The CanPath COVID-19 Antibody Study is implemented in collaboration with CanPath’s regional cohorts, including Atlantic PATH, CARTaGENE (Quebec), Read more about CanPath to Study the Impact and Immune Response to COVID-19 Infection and Vaccination[…]

New Publication: Psychosocial factors and cancer incidence (PSY-CA): Protocol for individual participant data meta-analyses

We are pleased to share that the protocol for the PSY-CA consortium on psychosocial factors and cancer incidence has been published. Led from the Netherlands by Dr. Lonneke van Tuijl and Dr. Joost Dekker, this study includes 18 cohorts including Atlantic PATH, the Ontario Health Study and CARTaGENE from CanPath. https://bit.ly/38B8oQc

New Pulication: Post-Treatment Adverse Health Correlates among Prostate Cancer Survivors in a Sample of Men Residing in Atlantic Canada

Congratulations to Dr. Gabriela Ilie, Dr. Rob Rutledge and Dr. Ellen Sweeney on their publication in Current Oncology! This is the third article in a series of research on prostate cancer survivors in Atlantic PATH funded by Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute. It examines the post-treatment adverse health correlates among prostate cancer survivors in Atlantic Read more about New Pulication: Post-Treatment Adverse Health Correlates among Prostate Cancer Survivors in a Sample of Men Residing in Atlantic Canada[…]