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Institution

Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Sherbrooke

City

Sherbrooke

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Frederick D'Aragon

Dr D'Aragon is working as a career scientist at the Unviersity of Sherbrooke, anesthesiologist-intensivist and organ donation physician support at the CHUS.

Dr D’Aragon obtained is medical degree from  the Université de Sherbrooke in 2007 and completed a postgraduate training in Anesthesiology (Université Sherbrooke, 2012), Critical Care Medicine (McMaster University, 2014) and  he's member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeon of Canada. In 2015, he was awarded the Deltweiler Award from the Royal College to  complete a fellowship in organ donation and procurement  from the University of Barcelona, Spain. On a research perspective, Dr D’Aragon completed a two years fellowship in clinical research under the supervision of Dr. Maureen Meade. He completed a master degree in Health Research Methodology at McMaster  University and the clinical investigator program from The Royal College. The primary focus of his thesis  was  the foundation work of a National Research Program in critical  pre-donor care. Dr D'Aragon is working as a career scientist at the Unviersity of Sherbrooke, anesthesiologist-intensivist and organ donation physician support at the CHUS.  His projects have studied different aspect of organ donor care in the ICU.