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This talk will summarize some of the work on the study: Bicyclists’ Injuries and the Cycling Environment (BICE). In particular, we’ll focus on some recent analysis on the role of streetcar tracks in the cycling environment. Dr. Harris will also discuss her experiences in speaking with the news media about this study.
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Presenter: Dr. Anne Harris
Dr. Anne Harris is an epidemiologist and assistant professor at Ryerson University. She is an affiliated scientist with the Occupational Cancer Research Centre at Cancer Care Ontario and has a status only appointment at Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. She holds a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of British Columbia. Her key interests are in the research methods used in occupational and environmental epidemiology.
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