MD, PhD, FRCPC
CHUM Research Centre
Clinical assistant professor
Department of medicine, University of Montreal
514 890-8000, ext. 30816
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Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Critical Care, neurological Death, organ donation, epidemiology, large database research, blood donors, blood transfusions.
Michaël Chassé is a medical specialist in intensive care medicine at the Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM), a principal scientist at the CHUM Research Center and assistant professor at the Department of Medicine and the School of Public Health at the University of Montreal. He also holds a PhD degree in epidemiology from the University of Ottawa. Dr. Chassé is the scientific director of the CHUM Center for Integration and Analysis of Medical Data (CITADEL). CITADEL brings together a group of scientists and professionals specialized in health data science, biostatistics, bioinformatics and machine learning.
His main research interests lie in the improvement of traditional epidemiological research methods using new technologies such as machine learning and innovative clinical trials, particularly in areas related to critical care such as organ donation, organ transplantation and blood transfusions.
Dr Michaël Chassé nommé responsable scientifique de CITADEL (In French only)