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Dr. Chris O'Callaghan

Queen's University

Direct Phone: (613) ***-****       

Queen's University

Goodes Hall, Room 316 143 Union Street

Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6

Canada

Company Description

Queen's University is located in Kingston, Ontario. With 17 faculties and schools, approximately 20,000 students and 2,400 faculty members, Queen's is one Canada's leading research-intensive universities (www.queensu.ca). ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Investigator
NCIC Clinical Trials Group

Project Coordinator
NCIC Clinical Trials Group

Visiting Researcher
University of Warwick

Member, Ecology and Epidemiology Group
University of Warwick

Affiliations

Member
Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons

Education

DVM

MSc

PhD

PhD degree

University of Guelph

Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine Degree

University of Guelph

MSc Degree

University of Guelph

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Chris O'Callaghan Research Interests

meds.queensu.ca, 4 July 2005 [cached]

Chris O'Callaghan

Project Coordinator NCIC Clinical Trials Group.Assistant Professor, Community Health and Epidemiology.
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Biography
Chris O'Callaghan received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Guelph, Canada in 1989, graduating with distinction, first in class.After two years spent in mixed-animal practice, he returned to undertake research in tropical veterinary medicine.Supported by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), he completed a preliminary assessment of the epidemiology of tick-borne diseases on smallholder dairy farms in the central Kenyan highlands.This work formed the basis of his Master of Science degree in Veterinary Epidemiology, conferred in 1993 and for which he was the Ontario Veterinary College nominee for The D.F. Forester and The Governor General's Academic Medals.He was awarded a Medical Research Council (MRC) of Canada Fellowship to continue his research and training and returned to the smallholder farms of Kenya to complete a year-long study of the epidemiology of Theileriosis, conducting laboratory analyses at the International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases (ILRAD) in Nairobi.
In 1994 he joined the Ecology & Epidemiology Group of the University of Warwick as a visiting researcher to undertake further training in analytical methods and mathematical modelling of infectious diseases, and became a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons the same year.Under a United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded project, he expanded his research on tick-borne diseases to include Heartwater in Zimbabwe and was appointed a joint University of Warwick/International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI, formerly ILRAD) Research Fellow in 1996.In both 1998 and 1999 he was nominated at ILRI for the Peter Doherty Young Scientist Award.After completing his PhD degree in Analytical Epidemiology and becoming a British Citizen, he accepted a Wellcome Trust Research Fellowship and was promoted to Senior Research Fellow.In 2000, he was seconded to Queen's University as an adjunct professor.In 2001, he accepted a position as Assistant Professor and joined the National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group, where, in addition to his duties as Project Co-ordinator, he continues his research on the epidemiology of tick-borne diseases of man and livestock.


Mach-Gaensslen Foundation 2007 grant recipients

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Dr. Chris O'Callaghan


Chris O'Callaghan, Assistant ...

meds.queensu.ca, 26 Feb 2009 [cached]

Chris O'Callaghan, Assistant Professor, Clinical Trials Group

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NCIC CTG Project Coordinator - Dr Chris O'Callaghan
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It is expected that this analysis will be conducted as part of an MSc project co-supervised by Drs Duncan and O'Callaghan and will yield publications in major peer-reviewed journals.


Dr Chris O'Callaghan, ...

www.oahpp.ca, 5 April 2012 [cached]

Dr Chris O'Callaghan, coordonnateur de projet, Institut national du cancer du Canada, groupe des essais cliniques, professeur adjoint, Université Queen's

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Dr. Chris O'Callaghan
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Chris O'Callaghan received his doctorate of veterinary medicine degree from the University of Guelph. After two years in mixed-animal practice, he returned to undertake research in tropical veterinary medicine. Supported by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), he completed a preliminary assessment of the epidemiology of tick-borne diseases on smallholder dairy farms in the central Kenyan highlands. This work formed the basis of his master's of science in veterinary epidemiology. He was awarded a Medical Research Council of Canada (MRC) fellowship to continue his research and training and returned to the smallholder farms of Kenya to complete a year long study of the epidemiology of Theileriosis, conducting laboratory analyses at the International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases (ILRAD) in Nairobi.
In 1994, O'Callaghan joined the Ecology & Epidemiology Group of the University of Warwick as a visiting researcher to undertake further training in analytical methods and mathematical modelling of infectious diseases, and became a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons the same year.
Under a United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded project, O'Callaghan expanded his research on tick-borne diseases to include Heartwater in Zimbabwe and was appointed a joint University of Warwick/International Livestock Research Institute Research fellow. After completing his PhD in analytical epidemiology and becoming a British citizen, he accepted a Wellcome Trust Research Fellowship and was promoted to senior research fellow.
In 2000, O'Callaghan was seconded to Queen's University as an adjunct professor. He accepted a position as assistant professor and joined the National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group, where, in addition to his duties as project co-coordinator, he continues his research on the epidemiology of tick-borne diseases of human and livestock.


Dr. Chris O'Callaghan, ...

www.oahpp.ca, 5 April 2012 [cached]

Dr. Chris O'Callaghan, project co-coordinator, National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group, assistant professor, Queen's University

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Dr. Chris O'Callaghan PIDAC - Surveillance member
Chris O'Callaghan received his doctorate of veterinary medicine degree from the University of Guelph. After two years in mixed-animal practice, he returned to undertake research in tropical veterinary medicine. Supported by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), he completed a preliminary assessment of the epidemiology of tick-borne diseases on smallholder dairy farms in the central Kenyan highlands. This work formed the basis of his master's of science in veterinary epidemiology. He was awarded a Medical Research Council of Canada (MRC) fellowship to continue his research and training and returned to the smallholder farms of Kenya to complete a year long study of the epidemiology of Theileriosis, conducting laboratory analyses at the International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases (ILRAD) in Nairobi.
In 1994, O'Callaghan joined the Ecology & Epidemiology Group of the University of Warwick as a visiting researcher to undertake further training in analytical methods and mathematical modelling of infectious diseases, and became a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons the same year.
Under a United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded project, O'Callaghan expanded his research on tick-borne diseases to include Heartwater in Zimbabwe and was appointed a joint University of Warwick/International Livestock Research Institute Research fellow. After completing his PhD in analytical epidemiology and becoming a British citizen, he accepted a Wellcome Trust Research Fellowship and was promoted to senior research fellow.
In 2000, O'Callaghan was seconded to Queen's University as an adjunct professor. He accepted a position as assistant professor and joined the National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group, where, in addition to his duties as project co-coordinator, he continues his research on the epidemiology of tick-borne diseases of human and livestock.

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