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Public scholar: Stéfanie Tremblay

Can we use advanced brain MRI techniques for early detection of declining cerebral health?

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Stéfanie Tremblay is a doctoral candidate in physics who currently investigates brain health using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). She holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in exercise science. Her research interests are in leveraging multiple MRI contrasts to characterize the fiber tracts that connect different brain regions, also known as white matter, in individuals at risk of neurological disorders. Her research focuses primarily on developing novel multivariate approaches to analyze MRI images to obtain a more comprehensive view of the impact of various diseases and risk factors on the brain. Her doctoral research is funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).

Stéfanie is a mental health advocate and, through her volunteer work and involvement in various student groups, she works to improve academia culture and graduate student wellbeing. She chairs the PERFORM Student Action Committee, is an editor for the Concordia Journal of Psychology and Neuroscience (CJPN) and the Concordia Journal of Accessible Psychology (CJAP), as well as an ambassador for Dragonfly Mental Health.




French, English, Spanish (intermediate level)


Claudine Gauthier

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