I am a co-lead (with Dr. Michael Widener) of the Canadian Urban Environmental Health Research Consortium (CANUE) Neighbourhood Factors Group. CANUE will gather and develop measures of environmental factors for every neighbourhood across Canada. Dr. Widener and I will work with CANUE to prepare data, supervise students, and organize conferences related to neighbourhoods and health research in Canada.
The IBICCS study aims to examine the impact of PBSP on population-levels of cycling and risk of collisions between cyclists and motor vehicles in North America. Data collection for this study is complete but there are many opportunities for data analysis.