- Associate Professor, Dept. of Medicine, McGill University
Dr. Suzanne Morin graduated from Université Laval de Québec with a Medical degree and completed her Internal Medicine specialty training at McGill University where she is now Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine. In 2007, she obtained a Master’s degree in epidemiology and biostatistics from McGill University. She is the Director of the Internal Medicine Clinic at the Montreal General Hospital and is a member of the McGill University Health Center Bone Centre.
Dr. Morin’s research interests include health-related outcomes of osteoporosis, particularly following hip fractures and, knowledge dissemination. She has published in peer-reviewed journals and sits on the editorial board of the Canadian Journal of General Internal Medicine. Dr. Morin is a member of the executive committee of the Scientific Advisory Council of Osteoporosis Canada, Chair of the Clinical Guideline committee of Osteoporosis Canada and is a member of the McGill Bone and Periodontal Research Centre.
“Ensuring that patients at high risk for fractures are identified promptly and receive safe and effective care is a constant priority.
I am fortunate to collaborate with scientists and clinicians of similar mindset who strive to advance knowledge for better therapeutic options.”