World Health Organization highlights research work by CANUE

The Canadian Urban Environmental Health Research Consortium (CANUE) was recently highlighted in the World Health Organization’s Collaborating Centre for Housing and Health Newsletter on Housing and Health.

CANUE was established at U of T in 2016 to provide a central hub for sharing methods and tools and to connect environmental health researchers across Canada and with other environmental researchers internationally. Professors Jeffrey Brook (Dalla Lana School of Public Health/ChemE) and Greg Evans (ChemE) have been heavily involved in the establishment of the consortium.

In just 2 years, CANUE has established itself as an important source of data for researchers across Canada with complex and sometimes unique data needs who are working to address cutting-edge questions relevant to urban environmental health.

Find out more about CANUE on page 17 of the WHO newsletter HERE

 


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