Julian Little, MA, PhD
Professor and Chair
Canada Research Chair in Human Genome Epidemiology
Julian Little, PhD, moved to Canada in August 2004. He holds the Canada Research Chair in Human Genome Epidemiology, and is based in the Department of Epidemiology and Community Medicine, University of Ottawa. His PhD, from Aberdeen University, was on problems of ascertainment of congenital anomalies. Subsequently, he worked for the EUROCAT Central Registry in Brussels ( Belgium), as a lecturer in epidemiology in Nottingham University, as an epidemiologist in the International Agency for Research on Cancer in Lyon, and as Professor of Epidemiology at Aberdeen University, during which he spent a sabbatical year at the Office of Genomics and Disease Prevention, CDC, Atlanta. His research interests lie in human genome epidemiology, particularly in relation to birth defects and cancer. He is currently a member of the CCASN Advisory Group.
- Molecular and Human Genome Epidemiology
- Cancer Genetic Epidemiology
- Genomics Health
- Services Research
- Genetic Epidemiology
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