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Dr. Celine Bergeron graduated from medical school at Laval University, followed by an internal medicine and respiratory medicine fellowship. She completed a masters degree in experimental medicine during her respiratory fellowship and subsequently a research fellowship at Meakins-Christie Laboratories, McGill University.


Focusing on severe asthma pathology and lung transplantation since 2003, Dr. Bergeron has developed an extensive portfolio of clinical research and biobanking. In 2005, she was appointed as professor at University of Montreal, as respiratory physician staff at the CHUM and as clinician-scientist at the CRCHUM.


She has participated in graduate and undergraduate teaching, served as Medical Director of the Asthma Education Center of CHUM and been a member of the Human Research Ethics Committee of the CHUM as an expert Respirologist.


In 2015, she joined Vancouver General Hospital and the University of British Columbia as a Respiratory Physician, and Clinical Associate Professor with lung transplantation as a primary focus, and still continues to be involved in teaching, ethics board, severe asthma care as well as multiple clinical trials.

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