RESEARCH PROJECTS

2020 -

PI: Nicole Basta

Co-I: Erica Moodie

Collaborators: McGill University

                          University of Minnesota

2020 -

Lead PI: Parminder Raina, McMaster University
Co-PIs: Susan Kirkland, Dalhousie University and Christina Wolfson, McGill University
Co-I: Nicole Basta
Collaborators: Many collaborators contribute to this study throughout Canada.

2020 -

RESULTS DASHBOARD FOR THE CLSA COVID-19 SURVEY

We are developing an RShiny data/results dashboard to share summary findings from the CLSA COVID-19 survey.
Lead: Nicole Basta and Shannon McKearnan
Collaborators: Christina Wolfson and the CLSA data team, Andy Becker, and Echo Gao

2020 -

ESTIMATING TIMELINES FOR VACCINE DEVELOPMENT AND SUCCESS RATES OF CANDIDATES

PI: Jonathan Kimmelman

Collaborators: Nicole Basta

                          McGill University

2020 -

STUDENTS EXPERIENCING A PANDEMIC (STEP) SURVEY

PI: Angie Ulrich

Collaborators: Nicole Basta

Bethany Cheng

Katie Gravagna

University of Minnesota

                          McGill University

2018 -

SIMPLIFYING ACCESS TO VACCINES FOR EVERYONE (SAVE) STUDY

Student PI: Bridget Griffith

PIs: Nicole Basta & Cecily Banura

Collaborators: Makerere University

                         McGill University

                         University of Minnesota

2018 -

MAKERERE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ VACCINATION PREFERENCES (MVP) STUDY

Student PI: Kim Bonner

PIs: Nicole Basta and Cecily Banura

Collaborators: Makerere University

                         McGill University

                         University of Minnesota

2017 -

HPV VACCINE UPTAKE AMONG GIRLS IN UGANDA

PIs: Cecily Banura & Nicole Basta

Collaborators: Makerere University

                         McGill University

                         University of Minnesota

2014 -

UNDERSTANDING THE BREADTH AND DURATION OF IMMUNITY INDUCED BY MENINGOCOCCAL B VACCINES

PI: Nicole Basta

Collaborators:  McGill University

                          Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

                          Princeton University

                          Public Health England

                          University of Minnesota

                          University of Michigan

                          US Food and Drug Administration

2012 -

UNDERSTANDING THE BREADTH AND DURATION OF IMMUNITY INDUCED BY MENAFRIVAC (MENINGOCOCCAL A) VACCINE IN MALI

PI: Nicole Basta

Collaborators: CVD-Mali

                           Public Health England

 

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