Geraldine Delbes

Géraldine Delbes, PhD

Associate professor, INRS-Centre Armand Frappier-Santé biotechnologie

research axis 2

  • Developmental Origin of Health and Disease (DOHaD)
  • Endocrine disruptors and testis development
  • Reproductive toxicology

Alexandre Boyer, PhD

Associate professor, Université de Montréal

research axis 3

  • Role of signaling pathways in gonadal physiology and endocrine tissues
  • Steroidogenesis
  • Transgenesis and functional genomics

Clémence Belleannée, PhD

Associate Professor, Université Laval

research axis 1

  • Role of primary cilia in the controle of epididymis development and homeostasis
  • Role of small non-coding RNA in the control of post-testicular sperm maturation in the epididymis

Gustavo Zamberlam DMV, PhD

Assistant professor, Université de Montréal

research axis 1

  • Ovarian physiology and dysfunction
  • Physiology of the pituitary gland: regulation of gonadotropins synthesis

Simon S. Wing, MD, FRCPC

Professor, McGill University

research axis 3

  • Spermatogenesis
  • Ubiquitin Proteasome System

Cathy Vaillancourt, PhD

Professor, INRS

research axis 2

  • Anxiety and depression (SAD) maternal and the mother-placenta-fetal axis
  • Melatonin and serotonin in placental function and fetal development
  • Virus and toxins and placental function

Jacquetta Trasler, MD, PhD

Senior Scientist, McGill University

research axis 2

  • Mouse/human assisted reproduction
  • Normal and abnormal epigenetic programming during gametogenesis and embryogenesis
  • Reproductive toxicology/dietary effects on offspring outcomes

Teruko Taketo, PhD

Professor, McGill University

research axis 2

  • Failure in the second meiotic division in the oocytes of XY sex-reversed female mouse
  • Sexual differentiation of the mouse gonad and germ cells
  • Surveillance of oocytes with synaptic errors during fetal and neonatal ovarian development

Lawrence C. Smith, DVM, MSc, PhD

Professor, Université de Montréal

research axis 3

  • Epigenetic control of early embryo development
  • Stem cell reprogramming and differentiation
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