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Anne Harris

Anne Harris

Associate Professor
EducationBSc(H), MSc, PhD
OfficeDCC-327, Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex
Phone416-979-5000, ext. 553109
Areas of ExpertiseEpidemiological methods and analysis; Occupational epidemiology; Bicyclist and pedestrian injury epidemiology

I am an epidemiologist interested in patterns of disease and injuries in populations, and am particularly committed to studying and improving the methods used to conduct this type of research. I am interested in developing new ways to study occupational and transportation risk relationships. This includes the linkage of large administrative datasets and population-based survey and cohort data. Please see my Google Scholar Profile linked below for details on my latest work.

Research interests:

  • Epidemiological methods, study design and analysis
  • Population health data
  • Occupational epidemiology
  • Road injury epidemiology

Research projects:

  • Bicyclist and pedestrian injuries in Ontario (project with ICES-Institute for Clinical and Evaluative Sciences)
  • Bicycling and pedestrian injury in a national linked cohort
  • Health, safety and precarity in Toronto bicycle delivery workers
  • Effects of covid-19 on active transportation and injury risk
  • Occupational risk factors for Parkinson’s disease in linked cohorts (collaboration with Occupational Cancer Research Centre)