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Tim K. Takaro, M.D., MPH, M.S.

Scientific and Medical Editorial Review Panel

Physician-Scientist, Associate Dean for Research and Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University

Dr. Takaro is a physician-scientist, associate dean for Research and professor in the faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University. He was trained in occupational and environmental medicine, public health and toxicology, at Yale, the University of North Carolina and University of Washington.

Dr. Takaro's research is primarily about the links between human exposures and disease and determining effective public health based preventive solutions to such risks. Current research on human health and climate change focuses on aero-allergens and the development of cardio-respiratory disease water quality, extreme weather events and gastrointestinal illness in British Columbia communities and building and mapping watershed vulnerability and resilience in rural Nicaragua.

He is Canadian co-chair of the Health Professionals Advisory Board to the International Joint Commission on border. Current research collaborations include projects in India, Iraq, Mongolia, Mexico, Nicaragua, the U.S. and Canada.

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