Alain Petit, Ph.D.- Research Associate
Caroline Demers, MSc - Research Assistant
Ms. Demers joined the Orthopaedics Research Lab of the Lady Davis Institute in April 2001 after her master in Biomedical Engineering at the École Polytechnique of Montreal. She brings to the group her combined biochemical and engineering knowledge.
Ms. Stachura obtained her B.Sc. in Biology at Bishop University (Quebec, Canada) in 2002. She submitted her thesis for her M.Sc. degree at the Division of Experimental Surgery (McGill University) on the “Evaluation of chondrogenic differentiation of human stem cells derived from adult bone marrow”.
Mr. Fleury obtained a B.Eng. in Biomedical Engineering at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne (France) in 2003. He began his M.Sc. degree at the Department of Biomedical Engineering (McGill University) in September 2003, working on the “Effect of metal ions on osteoblasts in vitro”.
Ms. Li obtained her Medical degree at the Beijing Medical University (China) in 1995. She began her M.Sc. degree at the Divisioon of Experimental Surgery (McGill University) in January 2003, working on the “Effect of metal ions on human U937 macrophages cultured on phosphorylcholine polymer coated surfaces”.
Ms. Ciobanu obtained her Medical degree in 1999 at the University of Medicine and Pharmacia “Victor Babes” (Timisoara, Romania). She began her M.Sc. degree at the Department of Experimental Surgery (McGill University) in September 2004, working on the “Effect of low oxygen tension on the generation and metabolism of the intervertebral discs”.