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Jo-Anna Dolling, PH.D.

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Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Laurentain University
935 Ramsey Lake Road
Sudbury ON Canada P3E 2C6
Email: jdolling@nosm.ca

Associate Professor, Northern Ontario School of Medicine, Medical Sciences Division
Laboratory Geneticist, Health Sciences North, Sudbury, ON

Education/Training

2004

Canadian College of Medical Geneticists (CCMG) accreditation in molecular genetics
McMaster University Medical Centre, Hamilton, Ontario
Credit Valley Hospital, Mississauga, Ontario

2002

CCMG accreditation in cytogenetics
McMaster University Medical Centre, Hamilton, Ontario
Credit Valley Hospital, Mississauga, Ontario

1994-1998

Ph.D. Biology
University of Ottawa 

Research Investigations

My current interests include:

  • Biological effects of low dose ionizing radiation
  • Genetics of haematological malignancies

Selected Publications

Werbowetski-Ogilvie T.E., Bosse M.,Stewart M., Schnerch A., Ramos-Mejia V., Rouleau A., Wynder T., Smith M.J., Dingwall S., Cater T., Williams C., Harris C., Dolling J., Wynder C., Boreham D. and Bhatia M.  2009.  Characterization of human embryonic stem cells with features of neoplastic progression.  Nat Biotechnol., 27(1):91-97.

D.R. Boreham and J.Dolling 2008.  Risks associated with therapeutic 131I radiation exposure. J. Nuclear Medicine, 49:691-693.

D. Wilkinson, T. Segura, L. Prud’homme Laronde, D. Mullins, S. Lachapelle, S. Qutob, E. Thorliefson, R. Wilkins, D. Morrison, J-A. Dolling, D. Boreham 2007.  Canadian biodosimetry capacity for response to radiation emergencies, Radiation Measurements. 42:1128-1132.

J-A. Dolling and D.R. Boreham, 2007.  Radiological Emergency Response:  The National Biological Dosimetry Response Plan, Dose Response 5:76-79.

J-A. Dolling, R.H.F. Khan and D.R. Boreham 2004.  Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia:  A Literature Review, Report prepared for the U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).