Dr. Lonny Erickson
|Institut national de santé publique du Québec & British Columbia Centre|
About Dr. Lonny Erickson
Fluent in French and Spanish, Lonny Erickson maintains an extensive background in the field of public health as a researcher and consultant. With 21 years of focused experience, Lonny Erickson has worked with the Division of Immunization at Health Canada, the Centre de Recherche Clinique at Hôpital Charles LeMoyne, the Agence d’évaluation des technologies médicales et des interventions en santé du Québec, the Réseau Québécois de recherche sur l’utilisation des médicaments, the World Health Organization, BioMedCom Consultants Inc., and other organizations.
Lonny Erickson began his career as an undergraduate at McGill University, earning his Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology. Later, Lonny Erickson matriculated at the Université de Sherbrooke, earning his Graduate Diploma in Community Health and his Master’s degree in Clinical Sciences. Lonny Erickson continued his academic studies at the University of Montréal, where he completed his postgraduate work, earning his Doctorate in Public Health.
Today, Lonny Erickson leverages his knowledge and experience toward research and consultation on an economic evaluation project on recently developed pneumococcal conjugate vaccines in conjunction with the Institut national de santé publique du Québec. Additionally, Lonny Erickson was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship at Laval University, where he is focused on developing and implementing a framework for evaluation of immunization programs.
Lonny Erickson continues to work and reside in Montréal. Outside of his professional endeavors, Lonny Erickson maintains an active lifestyle; he was previously the Vice-President of the Portageurs Canoe Club, co-founder of the Groupe de Protection et acces à la Riviere Rouge, and is currently a member of the Montreal Kayak Club.