- Health science
- In-person conferences in the same region as my workplace (up to 50 km away)
MSc (Neurosciences – Université de Montréal) PhD (Pharmacology – University of Toronto) Post-Doctoral Fellow (Biochemistry – Michigan State University)
Dr. Odette Laneuville has graduate degrees in Neurological Sciences (MSc) from the Université de Montréal and in Pharmacology (PhD) from the University of Toronto. She completed a 3-year post-doctoral training in Biochemistry at Michigan State University in 1992, and took an academic position at the University of Ottawa, where she is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology in the Faculty of Science. Dr. Laneuville directs a research program on the Molecular Basis of Rehabilitation Medicine. She participates in both clinical and experimental research studies and direct experiments aimed at elucidating the biological response to extended immobility and deconditioning at the molecular and genetic levels. Research funding received is above $12 million, and she has authored over 50 publications in peer-reviewed journals. She is currently the Director of the Biomedical Science Program in the Faculty of Science.
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