Dr. Paul Van Caeseele
 
Associate Professor
Department of Medical Microbiology,
Department of Pediatrics & Child Health,
University of Manitoba
Cadham Provincial Public Health Laboratories
Manitoba Health
P.O. Box 8450
750 William Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3C 3Y1

Ph: (204)-945-6456
Fax: (204)-786-4770
email:Paul.Vancaeseele@gov.mb.ca

Research Interests:

Recent Publications:

For a list of Dr. Van Caeseele's PubMed articles, please click here

  1. Hatchette TF, Bastien N, Berry J, Booth TF, Chernesky M, Couillard M, Drews S, Ebsworth A, Fearon M, Fonseca K, Fox J, Gagnon JN, Guercio S, Horsman G, Jorowski C, Kuschak T, Li Y, Majury A, Petric M, Ratnam S, Smeija M, Van Caeseele PG, and the Pandemic Influenza Laboratory Preparedness Network. Canadian Journal of Public Health. 2009; 100(3): 204-7.
  2. Loeb M, russell ML, Moss L, Fonseca K, Fox J, Earn DJ, Aoki F, Horsman G, Van Caeseele PG, Chokani K, Vooght M, Babiuk L, Webby R, Walter SD.  Effect of influenza vaccination of children on infection rates in Hutterite communities:  a randomized trial.  Journal of the Americal Medical Association (JAMA).  2010 (March); 303(10):943-50
  3. Martin IE, Lefebvre B, Sawatzky P, Hoan L, Van Caeseele PG, Horsman G, Ang L, Bourgault AM, NG LK.  Identification of prolyliminopeptidase-negative.  Neiseria gonorrhoeae strains in Canada.  Sexually Transmitted Diseases.  2010 (July); 38(1): 40-42
  4. Mahmud S, Becker M, Keynan Y, Elliot L, Thpmson L, Fowke K, Avery L, Van Caeseele PG, Harlos S, Blanchard J, Dawood M.  Estimated cumulative incidence of pandemic (H1N1) influenza among pregnatn women during the first wave of the 2009 pandemic.  Canadian Medical Association Journal.  2010 (Oct 5); 182(14): 1522-4.
  5. Tyrell GGJ, Lovgren M, St Jean T, Hoang L, Patrick DM, Horsman G, Van Caeseele PG, Sieswerda LE, McGeer A, Laurence RA, Bourgault Am, Low DE. Epidemic of Group A Stretococcus M/emm59 causing invasive disease in Canada.  Clinical Infectious Diseases 2010 Dec 1; 51 (11): 1290-7.