Roman is a 3rd year Kinesiology PhD student at York University. His research interests include health policy, youth policy and concussion related work. He is also interested in other topics of injury epidemiology, fitness/exercise and population-level health statistics. He has had extensive experience working with various statistical databases including CARDIA (The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults Study), NHANES, CCHS, VHYS (Victoria Healthy Youth Survey), Hospital administration records, medical anthropology records and others. He has good knowledge of stats software (SAS, SPSS, R Software, MS Excel) and with various advanced modeling analysis (Trajectory modeling, GLM, etc.). Roman is the Site Administrator for ciptn.org and can be contacted at Roman10m@outlook.com for any site-related questions.
Olivier is a Ph. D. student at Laval University (Quebec, Canada). His field of expertise is in injury prevention. More specifically, he is focusing on epidemiology and etiology of recreational and sports trauma and in the promotion of safety and prevention of injuries suffered as a result of recreational and sports activities. The objective of his thesis is to create and validate an evaluation tool to assess the quality of terrain parks.
Tona is a Kinesiology graduate currently pursuing an MSc in Population/Public health at the Universtiy of Calgary. Her thesis will be looking at injury prevention in youth by examining motor-vehicle and youth cyclist collisions. She is also a Research Assistant with the Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre at the UofC and is mostly involved in a concussion study in youth hockey players.