Bertrand LUSSIER

Bertrand LUSSIER


The patient who needs immediate assistance should not communicate directly with the researcher. Instead, they should call the doctor’s office or take other appropriate measures, such as going to the nearest emergency service.


Associate researcher Osteoarthritis Research Unit, CHUM

Professor of surgery Department of Clinical Sciences, Université de Montréal

Other Affiliation

Diplomate American College of Veterinary Surgeon

Research Interests

As a veterinary surgeon, his surgical expertise is vast (orthopedics, neurosurgery, soft tissue surgery, microsurgery) and his research interests include osteoarthritis (pain and function), the surgical correction and evaluation of the ruptured cranial cruciate ligament of the canine stifle and the development and validation of personalized 3D printed endoprostheses for canine limb sparing of the forelimb. He has also developed an expertise in the development, the validation and the application of animal models.

Imaging and engineering

The primary mission of the CRCHUM’s Imaging and Engineering Research Theme is to leverage engineering for the benefit of health care. By bringing together researchers from several areas of expertise, it encourages interaction and the pooling of skills.  The CRCHUM’S Imaging and Engineering Re…

Learn more