Dr. Susan Brogly is an epidemiologist whose research interests include perinatal epidemiology, addiction, surgical outcomes, and the application of innovative methodologies in medical studies. Dr. Brogly has published over 40 scientific articles, served on grant review boards for the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Centers for Disease Control, and the March of Dimes, and is a recipient of the Boston University School of Public Health Excellence in Teaching Award and the Randall Coates New Investigator Memorial Award. Dr. Brogly’s research has been supported with grants from the US National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, the American Cancer Society, Queen’s University, and other organizations. Dr. Brogly joined Queen’s Department of Surgery in 2014 after spending 12 years in Boston where she held appointments as a faculty member of the Department of Epidemiology at the Boston University School of Public Health (2009-2014) and a research faculty member at the Center for Biostatistics in AIDS Research at the Harvard School of Public Health (2002-2009). Dr. Brogly teaches in Queen’s Public Health Sciences Department and the Department of Epidemiology at the Boston University School of Public Health. Dr. Brogly received her Ph.D. and M.Sc. in epidemiology from McGill University, and a B.Sc. in chemical engineering from Queen’s University.
Evans Center for Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research
2012 Boston University School of Public Health :
Excellence in Teaching Award, Infectious Disease Epidemiology
2002 XIV International AIDS Conference, Spain:
Student Scholarship Recipient
1999-2002 National Health and Research Development Program, Canada:
Doctoral Training Award
1999 Canada, 8th Annual Canadian Conference of HIV/AIDS, Victoria, Canada:
Randall Coates Memorial New Investigator Award
1999 8th Annual Canadian Conference of HIV/AIDS, Victoria, Canada:
Student Scholarship Recipient
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Brogly SB, Velez MP, Werler MM, Li W, Camden A, Guttmann A. Prenatal Opioid Analgesics and the Risk of Adverse Birth Outcomes. Epidemiology. 2021 May 01; 32(3):448-456.View Related Profiles. PMID: 33625160
Bougie O, McClintock C, Pudwell J, Brogly SB, Velez MP. Short-term outcomes of endometriosis surgery in Ontario: A population-based cohort study. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. 2020 Dec 27. PMID: 33368183
Shi D, Zhang B, Motamed M, Lee S, Wang P, McLaren C, Petsikas D, Brogly S. Higher Mortality in Women after Coronary Artery Bypass: Meta-analysis & Bias Analysis of Confounding. Ann Thorac Surg. 2020 Dec 26. PMID: 33373588
Nayak R, Brogly S, Lougheed MD, Petsikas D. Response. Chest. 2020 Dec; 158(6):2702. PMID: 33280757
Newman AI, Mauer-Vakil D, Coo H, Newton L, Wilkerson E, McKnight S, Brogly SB. Rooming-in for Infants at Risk for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Outcomes 5 Years following Its Introduction as the Standard of Care at One Hospital. Am J Perinatol. 2020 Nov 17. PMID: 33202425
Brogly SB. A Predictive Instrument for Cesarean Delivery After Labor Induction. JAMA Netw Open. 2020 11 02; 3(11):e2025676. PMID: 33185673
Patel S, Brogly S, Raphael M. Survival and Outcomes After Noncompletion of Treatment for Anal Cancer-Reply. JAMA Oncol. 2020 Oct 01. PMID: 33001153
Flemming JA, Mullin M, Lu J, Sarkar MA, Djerboua M, Velez MP, Brogly S, Terrault NA. Outcomes of Pregnant Women With Cirrhosis and Their Infants in a Population-Based Study. Gastroenterology. 2020 11; 159(5):1752-1762.e10. PMID: 32781083
Raphael MJ, Ko G, Booth CM, Brogly SB, Li W, Kalyvas M, Hanna TP, Patel SV. Factors Associated With Chemoradiation Therapy Interruption and Noncompletion Among Patients With Squamous Cell Anal Carcinoma. JAMA Oncol. 2020 06 01; 6(6):881-887. PMID: 32324199
Patel SV, Ko G, Raphael MJ, Booth CM, Brogly SB, Kalyvas M, Li W, Hanna T. Salvage Abdominoperineal Resection for Anal Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Use, Risk Factors, and Outcomes in a Canadian Population. Dis Colon Rectum. 2020 06; 63(6):748-757. PMID: 32384405
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