Anne Junker is an Associate Professor and Associate Director, Faculty Affairs, UBC Department of Pediatrics. She is based at BC Children’s Hospital as a clinical immunologist specializing in genetic immunodeficiency disorders. She is Scientific Director of the Canadian national Maternal Infant Child & Youth Research Network (MICYRN), which connects 20 health research organizations based at teaching hospitals across the country.
Clinical presentation, immunologic features, and hematopoietic stem cell transplant outcomes for IKBKB immune deficiency
Geoffrey D.E. Cuvelier and Tamar S. Rubin and Anne Junker and Roona Sinha and Alan M. Rosenberg and Donna A. Wall and Marlis L. Schroeder
systematic reviews of adult and pediatric trials" (2012-2013). (with Co-PI
Sunita Vohra, University of Alberta).
CIHR Planning Grants
Priority Announcement - Reproductive and Child Health – Project
"Collaborating to Improve Evidence-based Decision Making for Pediatric Therapeutics" (2012-2013)
CIHR Knowledge Synthesis Grant – Project
"Primary Outcomes Reporting in Trials (PORTal)
Research Roundup: October 2021
This month's Research Roundup covers babies' learning mechanisms that help them match unfamiliar voices to unfamiliar faces, the top risk factor that could signal greater disease severity in pediatric catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia, a virtual reality-based solution to reducing procedural anxiety in kids, and genetic testing for reducing diagnostic delay in monogenic inborn errors of immunity.