WELCOME TO THE ISIS PROJECT!

The ISIS (Interdisciplinary Study of Inequalities in Smoking) project seeks to better understand the relationship between health, smoking, and neighbourhoods in young adult Montrealers.

Close to 2 100 participants answered our first invitation in 2011-2012 and close to 70% of this group participated a second time in 2014.

On belhalf of the ISIS team, A BIG THANK YOU for your participation! It is thanks to you that we will find solutions to make our city’s neighbourhoods as healthy as possible… to the benefit of all Montrealers!

For more information on the ISIS project, check out a presentation of our projects by ISIS principal investigator Katherine Frohlich and check out our results!

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ANAÏS DEFENDED HER THESIS!

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Anaïs Dubreuil, co-supervised by ISIS collaborator Julie Vallée, successfully defended her thesis December 15, 2020.…

ISIS AT THE WORLD CONGRES ON PUBLIC HEALTH!

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Doctoral candidates, Josée Lapalme and Jodi Kalubi, virtually presented findings from the ISIS project at…

MARTINE RECEIVED A RESEARCH CHAIR!

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Martine Shareck, ISIS collaborator and professor at the Université de Sherbrooke, received a Tier 2…

ADRIAN DEFENDED HIS THESIS!

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May 27, 2019, Adrian Ghenadenik defended his thesis entitled « Beyond smoking prevalence: Understanding smoking behaviour patterns in…

ISIS TEAM AT THE IUHPE CONFERENCE IN NEW ZEALAND

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Adrian Ghenadenik and Josée Lapalme presented findings from their doctoral theses using ISIS data at…

THIERRY DEFENDED HIS THESIS!

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January 11, 2019, Thierry Gagné defended his thesis entitled « Understanding young adults’ socioeconomic circumstances and their contribution…