McGill Alert / Alerte de McGill

Updated: Fri, 07/12/2024 - 12:16

McGill Alert. The downtown campus will remain partially closed through the evening of Monday, July 15. See the Campus Safety site for details.

Alerte de McGill. Le campus du centre-ville restera partiellement fermé jusqu’au lundi 15 juillet, en soirée. Complément d’information : Direction de la protection et de la prévention

Erin Strumpf

Erin Strumpf

Associate Professor

Department of Economics and Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health
McGill University
Stephen Leacock Building, room 418
855 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Quebec, H3A 2T7

Tel.: 514-398-2880
E-Mail: erin.strumpf [at]
Office: Stephen Leacock Building, room 418

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Dr. Strumpf is an associate professor in the Department of Economics and the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health. She is also a founding member of McGill's Public Policy and Population Health Observatory. Her research in health economics focuses on measuring the impacts of policies designed to improve the delivery of health care services and improve health outcomes. She examines the effects on health care spending and health outcomes overall, and on inequalities across groups. She has presented her work to provincial ministries of health and of finance in Canada, and to policymakers in France and the United States. 

Dr. Strumpf’s current research agenda focuses on the impacts of preventive and primary care practice. In one project, she is evaluating the costs and benefits of population-based cancer screening based on U.S. and Canadian guidelines. In a second, she is measuring the health care system impacts of integrated primary care delivery in Quebec in terms of service utilization, system costs, and population health outcomes. In addition to leading these projects, she is also involved in research evaluating the impacts of population health interventions on health inequalities and in the Canadian Institute of Health Research’s Drug Safety and Effectiveness Network. Her research is primarily aligned with the CPD’s Social and Economic Determinants of Health research axis, and is also related to the Ageing axis.

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