Published Studies

The impact of high intensity care around birth on long-term neurodevelopmental outcomes (Published in Health Economics Review)

Diagnostic Yield and Treatment Impact of Targeted Exome Sequencing in Early-onset Epilepsy (Published in Frontiers in Neurology)

Wellbeing Indices: A Comprehensive Inventory of Standards and a Review of Current Comparative Measures (Published in Ecological Economics)

De Novo Mutations in YWHAG Cause Early-Onset Epilepsy (Published in American Journal Human Genetics)

Loss-of-Function and Gain-of-Function Mutations in KCNQ5 Cause Intellectual Disability or Epileptic Encephalopathy (Published in American Journal Human Genetics)

Participation in the special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants, and children is not associated with early childhood socioemotional development: Results from a longitudinal cohort study (Published in Preventive Medicine Reports)

Economic impact of genomic diagnostics for intermediate-risk acute myeloid leukaemia (Published in British Journal of Haematology)

Perinatal Regionalization and Implications for Long-Term Health Outcomes in Cerebral Palsy (Published in Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences)

Resource utilization and costs during the initial years of lung cancer screening with computed tomography in Canada (Published in Journal of Thoracic Oncology)

Teaching Economic Evaluation with Population Health Cases (Published in Journal of Health Administration Education)

Adult Lumbar Scoliosis: health economics evaluation (Book chapter in Adult Lumbar Scoliosis A Clinical Guide to Diagnosis and Management)

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