The CRULRG welcomes a new researcher to its team, Simon Duchesne, Ph.D. The field to which Dr. Duchesne intends to devote his efforts is aging and neurodegenerative diseases, and in particular, Alzheimer’s disease.
He could have chosen Geneva, Munich or France. Armen Saghatelyan decided upon Quebec City. His fascination with the human brain, the most complex machine of the human body, has led him to the CRULRG. PDF doc.
Dr. Martin Beaulieu is the recipient of a Canada Research Chair in Molecular Psychiatry. He will be studying psychiatric disorders from the perspective of a molecular biologist. (more)