All About Alberta’s Tomorrow Project
In the late 90s, Dr. Heather Bryant, former Vice-President of the Alberta Cancer Board, envisioned a research project that would impact Albertans’ health outcomes for generations to come. What began as an ambitious concept flourished to become the largest health research study in Alberta’s history.
Now 20 years into the project, Alberta’s Tomorrow Project:
• Since 2001, more than 954,798 questionnaires have been filled out by ATP participants.
• Biological samples have been collected from more than 30,000 participants.
• ATP’s database houses more than 215 million points of data.
• To date, nearly 200 papers and presentations have been published or delivered based on ATP data.