O'Loughlin, Jennifer

Ph.D.

Principal scientist

CHUM Research Centre

Research theme

Full professor
Department of social and preventive medicine, École de santé publique, Université de Montréal

Chair holder
Canada Research Chair, Early Determinants of Adult Chronic Disease

Contact

jennifer.oloughlin@umontreal.ca
514 890-8000, ext. 15858
 

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Keywords

Epidemiology, public health, children, adolescents, smoking, nicotine addiction, physical activity, obesity, overweight, longitudinal, trajectory, cohort.

Research interests

Longitudinal studies on the acquisition of cigarette smoking and nicotine dependence among children and adolescents; studies in schools; analysis of longitudinal data; validation of methods for measuring smoking, diet, obesity and physical activity in youth; evaluation of public health interventions and policies; studies on Canada's public health infrastructure.

Publications

PubMed
Google Scholar

News

Despite COVID-19, most young Canadian adults aren’t smoking or drinking more

Un outil pour détecter le risque de fumer chez les jeunes développé au CRCHUM (In French only)

Étude sur le cannabis : Maire-Pierre Sylvestre reçoit 200 000 $ de la la société canadienne du cancer (In French only)