CanPath Featured as one of Canada’s Most Successful Investments in Biobanking

CanPath was featured as one of Canada’s most successful investments in biobanking! 🩸💉 In an Open Access Government article, Francois Lamontagne, Paul Hebert, and Michelle Kho (Sepsis Canada) emphasize the critical role of biobanks in generating new insights into healthcare and disease management. They underscore the pitfalls of ‘classic’ biobanks, highlight the low-cost opportunity of ‘living’ biobank Read more about CanPath Featured as one of Canada’s Most Successful Investments in Biobanking[…]

CITF COVID-19 Immunity Task Force Databank

CanPath and its regional cohorts, including Atlantic PATH, are proud to be part of the COVID-19 Immunity Task Force (CITF) Databank with our COVID-19 serology study that includes participants across the country. The CITF Databank data holdings include data from 21 studies, including six multi-province studies “representing a wide range of population and community data from Read more about CITF COVID-19 Immunity Task Force Databank[…]

New Toxicology Publication

Congratulations to Kalli Hood and team on their new publication in Frontiers in Public Health! Kalli’s Master’s research found an association between a history of cancer and arsenic speciation/metallome exposure in the Atlantic PATH cohort. This work is part of our larger focus on environment and cancer, and establishing toenails as an important biomarker representing Read more about New Toxicology Publication[…]

IWH Speaker Series

Many thanks to the Institute of Work and Health (IWH) for having Atlantic PATH Research Director, Dr. Ellen Sweeney at their Speaker Series today! IWH is a leader in work injury & disability prevention research. An independent, not-for-profit organization, IWH conducts and shares actionable research to promote, protect and improve the health and safety of Read more about IWH Speaker Series[…]

CanPath Researcher Feature – Ace Chan

Check out CanPath’s Researcher Feature of University of British Columbia School of Population and Public Health’s PhD student, Ace Chan.  Ace’s research interests include sexual and gender minority (SGM) health, creating inclusive and accessible healthcare spaces for SGM folks, and they strive towards providing scientific evidence to achieve health equity in marginalized populations. Ace’s research Read more about CanPath Researcher Feature – Ace Chan[…]