Dr. Anne-Marie Nicol is a Risk Assessment/KT/EH Scientist at BCCDC. In addition, she is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at SFU.
Dr. Nicol's research focuses on the communication of complex scientific and public health information to a range of audiences. Her work is multidisciplinary, crossing the fields of epidemiology, toxicology, social marketing, risk perception and risk assessment. Her particular areas of focus are environmental and occupational exposures that impact health.
She is currently the Scientific Advisor for the BC Lung Association's Healthy
Indoor Environment's program. Additionally, she has worked at a number of different agencies, including the Occupational Health and Safety Association for Healthcare, the National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health and the BC Centres for Disease Control. She also worked as an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia in the Schools of Environmental Health and Population and Public Health between 2007-2013.
Dr. Nicol graduated with a PhD from the School of Population and Public Health from the University of British Columbia, and obtained a Masters in Environmental Sciences from York University.
- For Dr. Nicol's publications, see PubMed.