Researchers
Researchers of the Canadian Multicentre Osteoporosis Study are affiliated with several Universities across the country.


ResearcherOrganization
Dr. Tassos AnastassiadesQueen's University
Dr. Rick AdachiMcMaster University
Dr. Louis BessetteLaval University
Dr. Steven BoydUniversity of Calgary
Dr. Jacques BrownLaval University
Dr. Angela CheungToronto General Research Institute
Dr. K. Shawn DavisonSaskatoon Osteoporosis Centre
Dr. David GoltzmanMcGill University
Dr. David HanleyUniversity of Calgary
Wilma HopmanKingston General Hospital
Dr. Stuart JacksonUniversity of Alberta
Dr. Robert JosseUniversity of Toronto
Dr. Carol JoyceMemorial University
Dr. Stephanie KaiserDalhousie University
Dr. Shirin KalyanUniversity of British Columbia
Dr. Susan KirklandDalhousie University
Dr. Christopher KovacsMemorial University
Dr. Nancy KreigerUniversity of Toronto
Dr. Brian LentleUniversity of British Columbia
Dr. William D. LeslieUniversity of Manitoba
Dr. Suzanne MorinMcGill University
Dr. Timothy M. MurrayUniversity of Toronto
Dr. Wojciech OlszynskiUniversity of Saskatchewan
Dr. Alexandra PapaioannouMcMaster University
Dr. Millan PatelUniversity of British Columbia
Dr. Jerilynn PriorUniversity of British Columbia
Dr. Elham RahmeMcGill University
Dr. Brent RichardsMcGill University
Dr. Alan TenenhouseMcGill University
Dr. Tanveer E. TowheedQueen's University
Dr. Andy Kin On WongUniversity of Toronto

:: Featured Researcher


David Goltzman

Dr. David Goltzman is National Principal Investigator of the CaMos Study. He is a Professor in the Departments of Medicine and Physiology of McGill University, Director of the McGill Centre for Bone and Periodontal Research, and Senior Physician and Director of the Clinical Bone Centre at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC). His research focuses on the hormonal regulation of calcium and skeletal homeostasis. He has contributed greatly to our knowledge of bone biology, and is a past President of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research.

:: Prestigious Research
Fellowship Award


Osteoporosis Canada (OC) and Canadian Multicentre Osteoporosis Study (CaMos) were partnered in 2009 to provide a joint Fellowship Research Award in the amount of $20,000 for a 1 (one) year period. This award is granted to a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow to pursue research training with a CaMos investigator. The goal of the award is to support bright, young minds in the field to increase research capacity and expedite the development of strategies for the prevention, diagnosis and management of osteoporosis within Canada.

We received a number of strong applications since 2009 and the OC-SAC Application review committee was very impressed with the quality of all the proposals.

OC and CaMos are proud to announce the successful recipient for 2016 and 2017. When you click here on the link