Faculty Member

Brian Gibson

Email Address(es)
Office Phone
(416) 252-6471 ext 272
Office Address
LAMP Occupational Health Centre 185 Fifth Street Toronto, Ontario M8V 2Z5
Clinical Public Health Division
Adjunct Professor

Education & Training History

1965: B.A.: Ancient Near Eastern Studies; University of Toronto

1968: M.A.: Near Eastern Studies; University of Toronto

1970: Reg. M.T.: Registered Massage Therapist, Province of Ontario

1974: M.D. & LMCC: University of Toronto

1976: CCFP(C): Certificant of the College of Family Physicians of Canada

1981: M.H.Sc.: Occupational Health; University of Toronto

1981: FRCPC: Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (Canada), Community Medicine

Primary Teaching Responsibilities

Support to Public Health and Preventive Medicine Residency Training Program

Representative Publications

Vrbova L, Stephen C, Kasmen N, Boehnke R, Doyle-Water M, Chablitt-
Clark A, Gibson B, Fitzberald M, Patrick DM. Systematic Review of Surveillance Systems for Emerging Zoonoses. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. 57(3):154-161. Online March 1, 2010.

Loeb M, Elliott S, Gibson BL, Fearon M, Nosal R, Drebot M, D’Cunha C, Harrington D, Smith S, George P, Eyles J, 2005. Protective Behavior and West Nile Virus Risk. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 11 (9): 1433-1436.

Abelsohn A, Gibson BL, and Sanborn M 2002. Identifying and managing the health effects of environmental exposures: Persistent Organic Pollutants. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 166 (12): 1549-1554.

Cole DC, Upshur R and Gibson BL 1999. Environmental burden of human illness: scoping the problem. Alternatives Journal. 25(3:26-31.

Gibson BL and Upshur R, 1998. How does ecological causation inform community processes? Epidemiology. July 1998 Supplement. Abstract of conference presentation August 17, 1998, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Boston.

Gibson BL, 1998. Environmental Health: A Different Way of Thinking. editorial. Canadian Family Physician. 44(7):1427-1428.

Cole DC, Eyles J and Gibson BL, 1998. Indicators of human health in ecosystems: what do we measure? The Science of the Total Environment. 224: 201-213.

Cole DC, Eyles J, Gibson BL and Ross N, 1998. Links between Humans and Ecosystems: The Implications of Framing for Health Promotion Strategies. Health Promotion International. 14(1): 65-72.

Nieboer E, Gibson BL, Oxman AD and Kramer JR, 1995. Health effects of aluminum: a critical review with emphasis on aluminum in drinking water. Environmental Reviews 3:1, 29-81.