CHU Sainte-Justine Université de Montréal

Team members

Years: 2008 - 2014

Marie-Claude Huneau, BSc Medical Biology

Research assistant

Marie-Claude Huneau, BSc Medical Biology

Marie-Claude Huneau holds a Bachelor's degree in Medical Biology from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. She acquired expertise in basic research and laboratory techniques at the Jewish General Hospital, where she worked for almost nine years on diabetes, breast cancer, and colon cancer, and managed a clinical and experimental databank related to blood and tissue samples. She joined Dr. Bérard’s lab in November 2008, where she contributed to various aspects of the project on the use of antidepressants in pregnancy in North America. She now collects clinical data during pregnancy follow-up and delivery from patient charts for the Feuilles 1,2,3+ project. She also ensures the coordination of the Réseau québécois de recherche sur l’usage des médicaments (RQRUM).


Years: 2009-2013

Manal Salem

Research assistant

Manal is a social worker.  She worked on the Antidepressant use during pregnancy: Mother's health and development of the child project. She participated in data collection and data entry as well as in the assessment of 24-42-month-old children enrolled in the study.


Years: 2011-2012

Morgane Kermarrec, MSc Public Health

Research assistant

Morgane has a Master’s degree in Public Health and a graduate degree in Statistics from France. After three years in a research lab on perinatal health in France, she decided to move to Canada for a while. Starting in November 2011, she worked for six months as a research assistant in Dr. Bérard’s lab. She contributed to various research projects, mainly the project measuring the impact of missing data in studies on cardiovascular disease.