Dr Julia is the recipient of a number of research grants and is the author of several publications, including scholarly works based on her research. Her key research interests are in Health Promotion in Active Females (Female Athlete Triad, Exercise and Pregnancy), and Improvement of Patient Outcomes in moderate Knee Osteoarthritis.
Dr Julia has been primary an co-primary investigator in research developed by Sunnybrook and Women’s College Health Sciences Centre with the support of the Musculoskeletal Grant Program, Orthopaedics and Arthritic Institute and the Evidence-Based Medicine Fund. Her research has focused on program and exercise evaluation for pregnant and athlete triad women:
Dr Julia has also participated in a non peer reviewed research programs:
Dr. Julia has participated in editorial boards for a number of sport medicine related publications since 1998. Between 2001 and 2003 she was the Editor in Chief of the publication Active Woman Canada (Mill Pond Publishing). Her previous roles include:
Dr Julia owns the following patents:
Dr. Julia Alleyne is a sport medicine physician and physiotherapist and is currently the MSK Lead for Outpatients at Toronto Rehab and is the Chief Medical Officer for the Invictus Games in 2017 in Toronto. She holds academic appointments with the University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine. She was Chief Medical Officer for the Canadian Olympic team in London 2012, and the 2015 PanAm Games in Toronto.