The Steering Committee ensures that OCRC’s research program is relevant to Ontario needs and helps translate research findings into provincial policy and workplace practice. It is comprised of representatives from the funding agencies, as well as the Ontario labour, business, and research communities.
The Scientific Advisory Committee provides advice on OCRC’s research program, including breadth and quality of research, staff recruitment, and integration of research with knowledge exchange activities. It is comprised of experts in occupational cancer surveillance, research, policy development, and knowledge exchange.
The OCRC Leadership has expertise in occupational cancer epidemiology and surveillance, qualitative research, and knowledge transfer and exchange.
OCRC Scientists and Affiliated Scientists lead or collaborate on a variety of projects, bringing their expertise to the OCRC’s research program.
The OCRC is comprised of a diverse group of staff to facilitate the broad mandate of reducing occupational cancer in Ontario.
The OCRC recruits and trains many students, including Public Health practicum students and PhD students.