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Elsa Rossignol
 

Contact Information

Degree: MD, FRCP, FAAP

Position: Associate Professor University of Montreal

Dr Elsa Rossignol
Pediatric Neurologist
Hopital Ste-Justine
Research Center, lab A-706
3175 Ch Cote-Ste-Catherine
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
H3T 1C5

Phone: 514.345.4931 ext:7241

Email: elsarossignol@hotmail.com

Website: http://www.chu-sainte-justine.org/research/chercheurs.aspx?id_page=2432&id_menu=2429&ItemID=&ID_NOUVEAU=66787775

Training & Education

2007: Fellowship in clinical neurogenetics and medical genetics, Université de Montréal, Hôpital Sainte-Justine

2005-2007: Masters in neuroscience ( Neurogenetics). "Clinical and genetic characterisation of hereditary congenital myotonia in French Canadians: new mutations and founder effects"
Research director: Dr Bernard Brais.
Department of Neurology, CHUM (U. Montreal) and Center for Neurosciences,
department of physiology, U of Montreal.

2003-2007: Pediatric Neurology (Residency), Université de Montréal, Hôpital Sainte-Justine Canadian Royal College Boards of Neurology (FRCP) 05/2007

2000-2003: Pediatrics (Residency) Université de Montréal, Hôpital Sainte-Justine. American Boards of Paediatrics (ABP) 09/2004. Canadian Royal College Boards of Paediatrics (FRCP) 05/2004.

1995-2000: Medicine (MD-CM) McGill University, Montreal<

Interests

As a pediatric neurologist, I have developed strong interests in studying the molecular basis of neurodevelopmental disorders including autism, mental retardation and epilepsy. Unfortunately, the causes for these disorders remain poorly defined in most cases and available treatments remain non-specific and sub-optimal. As dysfunctions of cortical interneurons are felt to be involved in these conditions, studying animal models of genetic anomalies in interneuron development will hopefully shed light on the physiopathology underlying these developmental disorders in humans and eventually lead to better diagnosis and treatments for these patients.