Centre de recherche, IUGM
4545 chemin Queen-Mary
Canada H3W 1W4
Bureau : M5816
514-340-3540 poste 4153
Dr Chantal Dumoulin, following a bachelor degree in physiotherapy, obtained a doctorate in biomedical sciences with a specialization in rehabilitation therapy at the Université de Montréal in 2004. She then completed post-doctoral work at McGill University in addition to a post-doctoral training course in magnetic resonance imaging at Stanford University (USA) in 2007. She is currently employed as a researcher, funded by FRSQ and CIHR, and as an assistant professor at the École de réadaptation, Université de Montréal.
Dr Chantal Dumoulin’s work centres on the health of older women. Her studies focus primarily on urinary incontinence – a frequent problem confronting this population. More specifically, she is studying the ageing process of the female urinary system in order to better understand the physiopathology of urinary incontinence in older woman. She is also involved in the prevention and treatment of this problem, including the ability to identify those women who would most likely benefit from preventative treatments such as pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation. Her methodological expertise includes the development and psychometric evaluations of measurement instruments as well as evaluating the effectiveness of preventive or curatives treatments through randomized clinical trials.
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