SPOR iCT Initiative: Linkage Tool Survey Results

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The information is provided in the language in which it was submitted by the respondent.

The table below shows information about researchers and stakeholders who are interested in sharing information and/or forging collaborations in relation to the SPOR iCT Initiative.

Responses will be pulled from the survey on Friday noon (EST) and updated on the following Wednesday, until November 15, 2016. To facilitate collaborations for future launches of SPOR iCT funding opportunities, the survey tool will remain active; however, updates to the online table will only be made once new funding opportunities are launched. If you have requested that your name and information be removed and then chose to be reinstated on the list, it is your responsibility to respond to the survey again.

Contact Info Area of Interest Experience, Knowledge, and Expertise Category Looking for
Hongbo, Yuan
Scientific Advisor
Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health
Advancing the Science
Tel: 613-890-2918
Email: hongbo.yuan@yahoo.com
non-standard clinical trial designs, pharmacoepidemiology, Network meta-analysis, Bayesian in HTA. Dr. Yuan has more than 15 years’ experience in drug clinical development, evidence-based decision-making and clinical epidemiology. He is interested in the statistical methods of network meta-analysis, various types of clinical trial designs and study designs of observational study. Policy / Decision Maker
  • Co-applicant(s)
  • Funding Partner(s)
  • Research Trainee(s)
Udell, Jacob
Clinician-Scientist/Cardiologist
University of Toronto
Peter Munk Cardiac Centre of Toronto General Hospital / Women's College Hospital
Cardiology/Medicine
Tel: 416-351-3732
Email: jay.udell@utoronto.ca
Cardiovascular randomized registry trials Co-PI of the NIH-funded INVESTED RCT, which is studying the CV benefit of high-dose vs. standard-dose influenza vaccination in high-risk cardiac patients. His team’s work on new CV therapies has led to clinical trial and outcomes publications in top medical journal and alterations in CV guidelines.
  • Independent Researcher
  • Health Professional
  • Co-applicant (s)
  • Funding Partner (s)
  • Research Trainee (s)
Bacon, Simon
Professor
CIUSS-NIM, Hopital du Sacre-Coeur de Montreal
Exercise Science
Concordia University
Tel: 514-848-2424
Ext. 5750
Email: simon.bacon@concordia.ca
Behavioural Medicine, Behavioural Trials, Cardiovascular and Respiratory disease I have been involved in a number of behavioural trials (e.g., exercise, weight management, stress management, medication adherence), both single site and multi-site, as well as a number of intervention development studies. I am current the head of the International Behavioural Trials Network.
  • Independent Researcher
  • Co-applicant (s)
  • Funding Partner (s)
  • Research Trainee (s)
Carlson, Linda
Professor, Enbridge Research Chair in Psychosocial Oncology
Cumming School of Medicine
Dept of Oncology
University of Calgary
Tel: 403-355-3207
Email: lcarlso@ucalgary.ca
Behavioural trials, comparative efficacy trials, preference trials, multiphase optimization trials PI on,large multi-site behavioural comparative efficacy and preference-based clinical trials in oncology. PI on tradition RCTs. Training is MOST (multiphase optimization strategy) factorial designs, the ORBIT model for behavioural trials applications in behavioural medicine and integrative oncology
  • Independant Researcher
  • Health Professional
  • Funding Partner (s)
  • Policy and community Stakeholders
Cuthbertson, Brian
Chief and Professor
Critical Care Medicine
Sunnybrook HSC
Tel: 416-480-6100
Email: brian.cuthbertson@sunnybrook.ca
Critical care; infection, randomized trials, outcomes Brian Cuthbertson is Chief of the Department of Critical Care Medicine at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Professor in the University of Toronto. His research interests include improving outcomes from critical illness and major surgery
  • Independant Researcher
  • Co-applicant (s)
Marshall, John
Professor of Surgery, University of Toronto; Chair, International Forum for Acute Care Trialists Surgery and Critical Care Medicine
Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, St. Michael's Hospital, University of Toronto
Tel: 416-864-5225
Email: marshallj@smh.ca
ICU-based clinical trials; sepsis; innate immunity; outcome measures; global collaboration Past Chair, Canadian Critical Care Trials Group (2005-2012); founding Chair, International Forum for Acute Care Trialists; vice-Chair,International Severe Acute Respiratory and Emerging Infections Consortium; 338 published papers; more than 57,000 citations; career H index 93 (Google Scholar).
  • Independant Researcher
  • Funding Partner (s)
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