Profile of Our Interns

The CSSS-IUGS Research Centre on Aging (CdRV) regularly welcomes interns. Approximately 130 graduate students are currently gaining research experience and perfecting their professional skills within our organization.

Interns by Education Level (2013-2014 )

 

An Essential Presence

Today's interns are the next generation of researchers. That is why the CdRV considers them a priority. The interns' knowledge and cutting-edge skills in their areas of expertise provide support to our researchers and help advance work within our organization. The interns also gain a unique opportunity to expand their networks with our researchers, researcher-clinicians, professors, and other individuals.

Get to know our interns involved in research through their profiles : (french version only)

Mélanie Ruest: Enhancing the Knowledge Application Process

How can we enhance the research-generated knowledge application process among rehabilitation professionals working with seniors and the elderly ?

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Katherine Boisvert-Vigneault

Katherine Boisvert-Vigneault is currently completing her Ph.D. in gerontology under the supervision of Prof. Isabelle Dionne

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Francis Houde

Francis Houde has a certificate in accounting from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQATR) and a bachelor's...

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Julie Castonguay

Julie Castonguay holds both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in social services from Laval University and is currently completing a...

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Annie Carrier

Annie Carrier has two bachelor's degrees, one in psychology (Université de Sherbrooke) and another in occupational therapy (Université...

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Maimouna Bagna

Maimouna Bagna has a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering (Ottawa University), a master's degree in electrical engineering (Université...

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