Sampling Underway
Do you want to know about your personal exposure to arsenic and other contaminants? If you received a letter in the mail about the Health Effects Monitoring Program, it means you have been selected to participate. We look forward to your participation. Please respond to let us know by Email: ykhemp@uottawa.ca or call us at 867-445-1574.
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The Health Effects Monitoring Program is set to start this fall in Yellowknife, Ndilo and Dettah. Your household may receive an invitation to participate in the program.
Contact Us
Renata Rosol
Project Coordinator
University of Ottawa
Ottawa, ON
Phone: 613-325-9080
Email: ykhemp@uottawa.ca

Stacey Sundberg
Assistant Coordinator
Institute for Circumpolar Health Research
Yellowknife, NT
Work: 867-873-9337
Cell: 867-445-1574
Email: stacey.sundberg@ichr.ca
Careers

Research Assistant

The Health Effects Monitoring Program, as part of the Giant Mine Remediation Project, is currently seeking 10 Research Assistants to support our program!

The Research Assistants (RAs) will work with randomly selected households in Yellowknife, and will be responsible for conducting interviews, and collecting biological samples of toenail clippings, urine and saliva.

Research Nurse

The Health Effects Monitoring Program, as part of the Giant Mine Remediation Project, is currently seeking registered nurses to fill 2 Research Nurses positions to support our program!

The Research Nurses will work closely with the Yellowknives Dene First Nations in Yellowknife, Ndilo and Dettah, and will be responsible for conducting interviews, performing brief physical examinations, working with a translator when necessary, and collecting biological samples of toenail clippings, urine and saliva.