My principal research interests lie within the cognitive processes that precede or follow a stress response, as well as the “unconscious” or “implicit” factors that influence the stress response. Within the context of my post-doctorate fellowship at the Center for studies on human stress, I am conducting a longitudinal study that aims to detect the early markers of professional burnout and difficulties in adapting to the workforce in recent university graduates.
I completed my doctorate in neuropsychology at the University of Montreal where I specialized in the evaluation of cognitive profiles and brain stimulation. During my doctorate, I was implicated in research projects in both library sciences and education. I have also carried out industrial research in the domain of the user experience at HEC Montreal, where I teach the master’s level research methodology course.