Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health
Purvis Hall Building, Room 34B
1020 Pine Avenue West
Montreal, Quebec, H3A 1A2
E-Mail: sam.harper [at] mcgill.ca (Sam Harper)
Sam Harper received his training in epidemiology from the University of Michigan. He was previously a fellow at the US National Center for Health Statistics, and did post-doctoral training in epidemiology at McGill. He is also a member of the Montreal Health Equity Research Consortium. His research focuses on understanding population health and its social distribution, with specific interests in evidence construction, measuring health inequalities, global health, demography, cancer epidemiology, causal inference, and ethical issues in public health. His current research projects are on affordable childcare to empower Indian women and using natural experiments to evaluate the impact of population health interceptions on health inequality.
McLinden T, Moodie EEM, Hamelin AM, Harper S, Walmsley SL, Paradis G Aibibula W, Klein MB, Cox J. Injection Drug Use, Unemployment, and Severe Food Insecurity Among HIV-HCV Co-Infected Individuals: A Mediation Analysis. AIDS and Behavior, 2017.
Sreeramareddy CT, Harper S, Ernstsen L. Educational and wealth inequalities in tobacco use among men and women in 54 low-income and middle-income countries. Tobacco Control 2018;27:26-34.