My research focuses on optimizing outcomes of a number of common pediatric surgical diseases and exploring innovations in the treatment of chest wall anomalies. I am also initiating a large research effort in enhanced recovery after surgery, patient-reported outcomes, and patient-centred care and partnerships. I am interested in elevating the quality of pediatric surgical research through engaging in prospective studies, clinical trials, and multicentre research. I currently serve as Chair of the Canadian Consortium for Research in Pediatric Surgery (CanCORPS), a consortium of 15 pediatric surgical centres across Canada researching together ways to minimize variability in care and optimize patient outcomes through collaboration and innovation. Finally, I am heavily involved in global surgery and interested in studying ways of increasing pediatric surgical capacity in low resource settings.
- A PhD Student with the commisurLab was selected as first place student presentation for the TnECHO Quebec Collaborative Day 2023
- A PhD student with the CommisuLab recieves the International Doctoral Research Award (IDRA)
- A master student with the CommiSurlab, was awarded a runners up residents prize at the Association of Women Surgeons Conference
- A master student with the Commisurlab, was invited to sit on the Executive Council of the McGill Global Health Programs
- Dr. Alex Dimmer, a PhD student with the commisurlab, won the “1st Place Poster Award – Student Category – Congrès Provincial de la Recherche Mère-Enfant 2023“
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