Dr. Lawrence J. Elliott
Associate Professor
Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Manitoba

Room S108D Medical Services Building
750 Bannatyne Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3E OW3
Ph: (204)-272-3118
email:Lawrence.Elliott@umanitoba.ca

Research Interests:
Epidemiology of communicable diseases, including sexually-transmitted infections and tuberculosis. Epidemiology of multiple sclerosis and other chronic diseases in which infectious diseases may have a role in causation

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

  1. Zarychanski R, Stuart TL, Kumar A, Doucette S, Elliott L, Kettner J, Plummer FA. Correlates of severe disease in patients with 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1) virus infection. Can Med Assoc J 2010;182:157-64.
  2. Marrie RA, Yu N, Blanchard J, Leung S, Elliott L.  The rising prevalence and changing age distribution of multiple sclerosis in Manitoba.  Neurology 2010;74:465-71.
  3. Tyler IV, Hau M, Buxton JA, Elliott LJ, Harvey BJ, Hockin JC, Mowat DL.  Canadian medical students' perceptions of public health education in the undergraduate medical curriculum.  Acad Med 2009;84:1307-1312.
  4. Hau MM, Tyler IV, Buxton JA, Elliott LJ, Harvey BJ, Hockin JC, Mowat DL.  Assessing Canadian medical students' familiarity with and interest in pursuing a career in Community Medicine.  Can J Public Health 2009;100(3):194-98.
  5. Kliewer EV, Demers AA, Elliott LJ, Lotocki R, Butler JR, Brisson M.  Twenty year trends in the incidence and prevalence of diagnosed anogenital warts in Canada.  Sex Trans Dis 2009; 36(6):380-6.
  6. Heaman MI, Newburn-Cook CV, Green CG, Elliott LJ, Helewa ME.  Inadequate prenatal care and its association with adverse pregnancy outcomes: A comparison of indices.  BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2008;8:15 doi:10.1186/1471-2393-8-15.
  7. Heaman MI, Green CG, Newburn-Cook CV, Elliott LJ, Helewa ME.  Social inequalities in utilization of prenatal care in Manitoba, Canada. J Obstet Gynecol Can 2007;29(10):806-816.
  8. Green C, Elliott L, Beaudoin C, Bernstein CN.  A population-based ecologic study of inflammatory bowel disease:  Searching for etiological clues.  Am J Epidemiol 2006;164:615-623.
  9. Green C, Elliott L, Beaudoin C, Bernstein CN.  Response to invited commentary on: An ecological population-based study of IBD: Searching for etiological clues. Am J Epidemiol 2006;164:627-628.