Mark Asbridge, PhD
- Population health
- Injury prevention and control
- Health public policy
- Road Safety
- Children and youth
- PhD (University of Toronto)
- MA (University of Toronto)
- BA Honours (University of Toronto)
Dr. Asbridge’s substantive interests are in the areas of addictions, public and population health, evaluation research, injury prevention, road safety and public policy. He is particularly interested in the intersection of substance use and various health outcomes, with a special emphasis on young people.
- Asbridge, M., Cartwright, J., Wilson, K., Langille, D. (2016). Age of first drink, experiences of drunkenness, and alcohol-related problems in Canadian youth: is early onset bad if you are a moderate drinker? Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 77(6): 974–979.
- Asbridge, M. (2014). Driving After Marijuana Use: The Changing Face of “Impaired” Driving. JAMA Pediatrics.
- Wilson, M., Ogilive, R., Langille, D., Asbridge, M. (2018). When parents supply alcohol to their children: Exploring associations with drinking frequency, alcohol-related harms, and the role of parental monitoring. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 183: 141-149.
- Asbridge, M., Brubacher, J., Chan, H. (2013). Cell Phone Use and Traffic Crash Risk: A Culpability Analysis. International Journal of Epidemiology 42(1): 259-267.
- Asbridge, M., Cartwright, J., Hayden, J. (2012). Acute cannabis consumption and motor vehicle collision risk: A systematic review of observational studies. British Medical Journal 344:e536.
Selected awards and honours
- MADD Canada Professorship in Impaired Driving Research and Prevention
- Canadian Institutes of Health New Investigator Award
- Network Centres of Excellence (NCE) Post-doctoral Fellowship
- The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health - H. David Archibald Graduate Fellowship in Addiction Studies
Graduate courses in the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology
- CH&E 5010F (CRN 10071) - Epidemiology Principles
- CH&E 5000F - Community Health Principles I
- CH&E 6042F – Determinants of Health in Human Populations
- IPHE 5100 – A Multidisciplinary Course in Addictions Studies
Undergraduate Medical Education
- Component Head, Professional Competencies during Neurosciences
- Professional Competencies I
- RIM Mentor
- SOSA 3148: The Sociology of Addictions: Drugs, Health and Society (in the Sociology Department)