The Chair in Research on Urban Neighbourhoods, Community Health and Housing (CRUNCH) is an internationally-unique, five-year program examining the effects of complex, neighbourhood-level, population-based interventions on health and its determinants, particularly for children. It is funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Public Health Agency of Canada. [More]
June 6, 2013: Ministry of Health funds $13M of Research at McMaster!
Read about recent funding to CRUNCH and other McMaster researchers, and comments from Dr. Dunn in The Hamilton Spectator.
February 15, 2013. Jim Dunn interviewed on Metro Morning. Listen to the interview with Dr. Jim Dunn on CBC Radio's Metro Morning, about the Regent Park Redevelopment.
February 14, 2013. RE-RELEASED Toronto Social Housing & Health Study Community Report No. 1.
Follow CRUNCH Chair, Dr. Jim Dunn @UrbanHealthProf.