Work in Progress

  • Workplace accidents and associated costs in people with MS. A population data approach

  • Productivity losses in the unemployed and employment status determinants among people with MS

  • Biorepositories containing genetic information. A systematic review on research and clinical outcomes

Working Papers

  • Downstream Healthcare Utilization after Exome Sequencing and Alternative Diagnostic Testing Pathways. The Case of Infants in Intensive Care Units with Suspected Genetic Disorders

  • Defining need amid exponential change: conceptual challenges in workforce planning for genetic medicine

  • Direct cost associated with multiple sclerosis: A population-based study

Submitted Manuscripts

  • Rodriguez Llorian, E., Zhang, W., Khakban, A., Patten, S., Traboulsee, A., Oh, J., Kolind, S., Prat, A., Tam, R., & Lynd, L.D.  Productivity losses among people with early Multiple Sclerosis. A Canadian Study [Submitted Applied Health Economics and Health Policy]

  • Borle K, Kopac N, Dragojlovic N, Rodriguez Llorian E, Friedman J, Elliott AM, & Lynd L. Where is genetic medicine headed? Exploring the perspectives of Canadian genetic professionals on future trends using the Delphi method [Revised and Resubmitted European Journal of Human Genetics]

Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed)

Other Publications

Newspaper and magazine articles


Research Reports

  • Rodriguez Llorian, E., & Loxley, J. (2019). A Framework for Assessing Social Impact of The Jubilee Fund: The Case of Daycare Programs. Report prepared for the Jubilee Fund. 

  • Loxley, J., & Rodriguez Llorian, E. (2019). The Impact of the Mary River Project on GDP Forecasts for Nunavut: A Critical View. Report prepared for Oceans North.

Conference Proceedings