We conduct multidisciplinary, biopsychosocial research in three broad areas:
The effects of exercise on cancer control outcomes such as prevention, coping, rehabilitation, health promotion, palliation, and survival,
the determinants of exercise for cancer control, and
the effectiveness of interventions designed to promote exercise for cancer control.
The Behavioural Medicine laboratory is involved in many large scale case-control and cohort studies as well as single-site and multi-centre randomized controlled trials, with a variety of cancer sites being represented, including colorectal, prostate, testicular, hematologic, gynecologic, and breast cancer.