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Dr. Sandra Dorman

                          Dr. Dorman’s current research interests include:

                            • Health Promotion
                            • Disease Prevention
                            • Occupational Health and Safety
                            • Physiology
                            • Nutrition
                            • Respirology

                          Dr. Dorman is currently seeking graduate students. Students interested in working with Dr. Dorman should email her with their CV, writing sample, and a summary briefly indicating the ways in which they believe their research interests align.


                          Recent Funded Projects

                          2020 PI: NSERC URSA grant Field evaluation of the effect of radiant heat from wildland fire on Kestrel weather data $5,000

                          2020 PI: Wildfire Canada Psychological Health and Safety in Wildland Firefighting $66,875.00

                          2019 PI: CROSH Seed Grant Understanding environmental heat exposure amongst wildland FireRangers in Ontario. $10,000

                          2019 PI:CROSH Seed Grant PTSD Information Guide: Offering support for employers, workers, and family members $10,000

                          2019 Co-I: CIHR – Catalyst Award Identifying the impact of formal and informal critical incident interventions on firefighters’ exposure to post-traumatic stress injury in a Northwestern Ontario fire service $131,531


                          Recent Relevant Publications

                          1. Tetzlaff E, Eger E, Pegoraro A, Dorman SC and V Pakalnis (2020) Analysis of Recommendations from Mining Incident Investigative Reports: A 50-Year Review. Special Issue: Mine Safety: Safety 2020, 6(1), 3; https://doi.org/10.3390/safety6010003

                          2. Gagnon DD, Dorman SC, Ritchie S, Mutt SJ, Stenbäck V, Walkowiak J, K Herzig. (2019) Multi-day prolonged low- to moderate-intensity endurance exercise mimics training improvements in metabolic and oxidative profiles without concurrent chromosomal changes May 15, 2020 10 in healthy adults. Frontiers in Physiology, section Exercise Physiology: 10; 1123. Original Research Manuscript ID: 442693

                          3. Gagnon D, Perrier L, Dorman SC, Oddson B, Lariviere C & Serresse O. (May 11, 2019) Ambient temperature influences metabolic substrate oxidation curves and the crossover point during running and cycling in healthy men. European Journal of Sport Science: May 11:1- 10. DOI: 10.1080/17461391.2019.1612949

                          4. Jago E, Gauthier AP, Pegoraro A, Dorman SC. (March 26, 2019) Validation of an audiovisual method for assessment of dietary quantity, quality and practicality for use in clinical applications. Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism: DOI: 10.1155/2019/9839320

                          5. Konrad J, Gagnon D, Serresse O, Oddson B, Leduc C & SC Dorman. Effect of a Simulated Mine Rescue on Physiological Variables and Heat Strain of Mine Rescue Workers. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: Vol. 61, No. 3 March 2019. doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000001530