Faculty Member

Victoria H. Arrandale

Email Address(es)
victoria.arrandale@cancercare.on.ca, victoria.arrandale@mail.utoronto.ca
Office Phone
416-971-9800 x2590
Office Address
525 University Ave Toronto, Ontario M5G1X3
Website(s)
Occupational Cancer Research Centre
Division(s)/Office
Occupational & Environmental Health Division
Office of Global Public Health Education & Training
Position
Assistant Professor
SGS Status
Associate Member
Appointment Status
Status Only

Research Interests

– Exposure assessment in occupational epidemiology
– Etiology of occupational diseases, including cancer as well as other diseases of the skin and respiratory systems
– Development and evaluation of interventions to reduce occupational exposures
– Current work focuses on the mining sector, with additional interests in personal services sector and manufacturing

Education & Training History

2012 PhD (Medical Science (Occupational Health)), University of Toronto
2007 MSc (Occupational Hygiene), University British Columbia
2003 BSc (Biology), Simon Fraser University

Other Affiliations

Research Fellow & Senior Specialist, Research – Occupational Cancer Research Centre, Cancer Care Ontario (Primary Appointment)

Primary Teaching Responsibilities

CHL5410H Occupational Epidemiology (co-taught with Dr. Paul Demers)

Occupational and Environmental Health (OEH) Seminar Series

Professional Summary & Appointments

Board of Directors – Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health (CARWH)

Member, Program Committee – American Thoracic Society (ATS) Environmental, Occupational and Population Health Assembly (EOPH)

Honours & Awards

2013-2017 Career Development Award in Prevention. Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute (CCSRI).

Current Research Projects

Historical Exposure in the Ontario Mining Industry

Lung Cancer and Chronic Respiratory Disease in the Ontario Mining Industry

Investigation of Exposure to Flame Retardants among Electronic Waste Recycling Workers

Occupational Exposure in Ontario Nail Salons

Trends in historical occupational exposure in the province of Ontario

Representative Publications

Click here for link to PubMed articles.