Researcher

    Maryse Lassonde , Ph.D.

    maryse.lassonde@umontreal.ca
    Maryse Lassonde
    Research Axis
    Brain and Child Development
    Address
    CHUSJ - Centre de Recherche

    Phone
    514 345-4931 #4556

    Fax
    514 345-4801

    Title

    • Full Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Montreal.
    • Director, Laboratory of Electrophysiology and Optical Imaging, CHU Sainte-Justine.
    • Chairholder, Senior Canada Research Chair in Developmental Neuropsychology.

    Education

    • PhD in Neuropsychology, Stanford University, 1977.
    • BSc in Psychology, University of Montreal, 1974.

    Research Interests

    • Development of visual system in children;
    • Neuropsychology of childhood epilepsy;
    • Development and integration of callosal system;
    • Cross-modal plasticity and reorganization;
    • Long-term effects of concussions in children and adults.

    Awards and Distinctions

    • Adrien Pinard Prize, Société québécoise pour la recherche en psychologie, 2008.
    • Emeritus Member, Association francophone pour l'avancement du savoir (ACFAS), 2006.
    • Noël-Mailloux Prize, Québec Order of Psychologists, 2001.
    • Knight (Chevalier), National Order of Québec, 1999.
    • Marcel-Vincent Prize, ACFAS, 1998.
    • Fellow, Royal Society of Canada, 1997.
    • Woman of Distinction - Sciences, YWCA, 1996.
    • Fellow, Canadian Psychological Association, 1994.
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