Senior Investigator, Lady Davis Institute
Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine, McGill University
Paul Brassard is a public health and preventive medicine specialist. He has graduate training in Epidemiology and Parasitology. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at McGill University and a clinician researcher in the Division of Clinical Epidemiology, McGill University Health Centre and the Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Community Studies of the Lady Davis Institute. Main research areas are infectious diseases epidemiology and control, Aboriginal health and pharmaco-epidemiology.
Major Research Activities
Aboriginal health, infectious diseases control, pharmaco-epidemiology.
Loo, VG , Bourgault AM, Poirier L, Lamothe F, Michaud S,Turgeon N, Toye B, Beaudoin A, Frost EH, Gilca R, Brassard P, Dendukuri N, Béliveau C, Oughton M, Brukner I, Dascal A. Host and Pathogen Determinants of C. difficile Infection and Colonization. New England Journal of Medicine 2011(Accepted)
Brassard P, Suissa S, Kezouh A, Ernst P. Inhaled Corticosteroids and Risk of Tuberculosis in Patients with Respiratory Diseases. Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 2011;183: 675-678.
Hamlin-Douglas LK*, Coutlée F, Roger M , Hanley J ,Franco EL ,Brassard P. Determinants of human papillomavirus infection among Inuit women of Northern Quebec, Canada. Sexually Transmitted Diseases2010; 37(6): 377-381.