Paul Masotti, PhD, BA, BPHE, MS, HAS, currently holds assistant professor appointments (part-time) at the University of Manitoba Department of Community Health Sciences and Queen’s University, Department of Population Health Sciences. He has also held appointments at McMaster University and University of Wisconsin – Center for Urban Population Health. Dr. Masotti’s research activities are currently focused on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (prevention, interventions and health policy) in collaboration with the Manitoba FASD Centre.
Previous research activities have been broad in scope and include: a) public health and primary care responses to pH1N1, b) community-based participatory research approaches to developing community-specific/culturally appropriate interventions, c) First Nations health, d) patient safety in homecare, e) Healthy-Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (non-medical determinants of health) and healthy aging, f) health systems and integration, and g) health impact of industrial wind turbines. Dr. Masotti has also worked in health services as a hospital director, dental clinic administrator and as a recreation therapist in a psychiatric hospital. (From fasd.ca)