Dr. Coreen Bodner is Assistant Professor of Kinesiology at Crandall University. She received a BSc (Hons) from the University of British Columbia, a MSc from the University of Aberdeen, and a PhD from the University of Aberdeen. Dr. Bodner joined the faculty in 2005.
Some of the courses that Coreen teaches at Crandall include Introduction to Statistics, Statistics for the Social Sciences, Statistics for the Life Sciences I, Statistics for the Life Sciences II, Introduction to Health and Performance Aspects of Physical Activity, Healthcare in Canada, Research Methods in Kinesiology, Health Psychology, and Brain and Behavior.
Coreen’s past projects, publications, and presentations relate to childhood exposure to infection and risk of adult onset wheeze, antioxidant intake and adult onset wheeze, risk factors of adult onset wheeze, childhood infections and atopic diseases, and the prevalence of adult onset wheeze. Coreen has also taught courses at the University of Regina, Tyndale University, and the University of Aberdeen.
BSc (Hons), University of British Columbia
MSc, University of Aberdeen
PhD, University of Aberdeen
Bodner C, Anderson WJ, Reid TS, Godden DJ. Childhood exposure to infection and risk of adult onset wheeze. Thorax 2000; 55 (5): 383-387.
Bodner C, Godden D, Brown K, Little J, Ross S, Seaton A. Antioxidant intake and adult onset wheeze: a case-control study. European Respiratory Journal 1999; 13:22-30.
Bodner CH, Ross S, Little J, Douglas JG, Legge JS, Friend JAR, Godden DJ. Risk factors for adult onset wheeze: a case control study. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 1998; 157: 35-42.
Bodner C, Godden D, Seaton A. Family size, childhood infections and atopic diseases. Thorax 1998; 53: 28-32.
Bodner C, Ross S, Douglas G, Little J, Legge J, Friend J, Godden D. The prevalence of adult onset wheeze: longitudinal study. British Medical Journal 1997; 314: 792-793.