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    Le soutien du CCCTG indique son engagement formel à s’assurer que la recherche sera entreprise avec rigueur et éthique et communiquée en temps opportun, de manière efficace.
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Hamilton Health Sciences

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Hamilton

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Alison Fox-Robichaud

Dr. Fox-Robichaud is Professor in the Division of Critical Care, Department of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University.

Dr. Fox-Robichaud is Professor in the Division of Critical Care, Department of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University and an Intensivist and Director of Medical Education at Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS). In addition to her clinical training in Ottawa (MD) and Calgary (Internal Medicine and Critical Care) she has an undergraduate degree in Biology and Chemistry from the University of New Brunswick, a MSc in Medical Sciences (GI physiology) from McMaster University and she completed postdoctoral training at the University of Calgary.
A clinician scientist in the Thrombosis and Atherosclerosis Research Institute at McMaster, Dr. Fox-Robichaud is particularly interested in the pathophysiology of sepsis and in moving laboratory research discoveries into clinical care. She currently holds a Collaborative Health Research Program grant to develop a point of care device for the sepsis biomarker cell free DNA.
In addition to her clinical and research responsibilities, Dr. Fox-Robichaud is an educator and national leader in CCM. She is the current President of the Canadian Critical Care Society and inaugural President of the Canadian Sepsis Foundation. She is an executive member of the Canadian Critical Care Translational Biology Group and the Canadian Critical Care Trials Group. She is the Past chair of the Critical Care Medicine examination board at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Her teaching interests include in continuing education in critical care, simulation and interprofessional teams. In 2015, she received a Leading Practice Award from Accreditation Canada for the integration of an electronic early warning score into the medical documentation at Hamilton Health Sciences. She has over 60 peer-reviewed publications that reflect this broad engagement in academic medicine.