Selected Publications

Below is a selection of our peer reviewed publications:

  • Air pollution and genomic instability: The role of particulate matter in lung carcinogenesis, 2017 (read more)
  • Mapping outdoor habitat and abnormally small newborns to develop an ambient health hazard index, 2017 (read more)
  • Air Pollution Particulate Matter Alters Antimycobacterial Respiratory Epithelium Innate Immunity, 2015 (read more)
  • The effects of outdoor air pollution on the respiratory health of Canadian children: A systematic review of epidemiological studies, 2015 (read more)
  • Air pollution, inflammation and preterm birth: A potential mechanistic link, 2014 (read more)
  • Fish consumption by children in Canada: review of evidence, challenges and future goals, 2012 (read more)
  • Food additives, essential nutrients and neurodevelopmental behavioral disorders in children: a brief review, 2011 (read more)
  • Air pollution: an environmental factor contributing to intestinal disease, 2011 (read more)
  • Is lead a concern in Canadian autistic children? 2010 (read more)
  • Melamine food contamination: Relevance to Canadian Children, 2009 (read more)
  • Canada declares Bisphenol A (BPA) a “dangerous substance” – Questioning the safety of plastics, 2009 (read more)
  • Trends In Childhood Cancer Incidence: Review of Environmental Linkages, 2007 (read more)
  • An urban survey of Pediatric environmental health concerns: Perceptions of parents/guardians and health care professionals, 2006 (read more)