Since obtaining his PhD in occupational epidemiology, and completing his postdoctoral work in environmental epidemiology, Dr Momoli has developed and taught courses in epidemiology and advanced applications in biostatistics, as well as having mentored several students and junior investigators at the University of Ottawa, the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, and the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute.
Franco has conducted research in cancer epidemiology and occupational and environmental studies. He has a neuroscience research background, where he worked on transgenic Alzheimer’s disease models in the basic sciences. He has worked on several projects with RSI over the years, including aluminium exposure assessment for the European Union REACH program.
His methodological focus has been on statistical methods for addressing multiple exposures, complex exposure scenarios, and corrections for multiple biases in causal research.