Dr. Man earned his medical degree from the University of Alberta in Edmonton in 1970. He did post-graduate training in Internal Medicine and Respirology at the University of Toronto and a research fellowship at both the University of Toronto and Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Man's research expertise is in clinical trials and translational research, particularly in chronic obstructive lung disease.
The clinical outcomes in COPD are unexpectedly influenced by the premature development of atherosclerosis. In close collaboration with Dr. Don Sin, another iCAPTURE investigator, we have been trying to understand epidemiological observations in clinical context, and to design and execute clinical studies and trials to test specific hypothesis.
Currently, the team is well supported by a CIHR operating grant and several investigator-initiated, pharmaceutical company supported clinical research grants.