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Bernard J. Jasmin, PhD
Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Faculty of Medicine
University of Ottawa
451 Smyth Road
Bernard J. Jasmin is currently serving as the Dean and Professor at faculty of medicine, department of Cellular and Molecular medicine, University of Ottawa.
Dr Jasmin did his B.Ed. from McGill University followed by PhD from Université de Montréal. He then completed his postdoctoral fellowship from Institut Jacques Monod and Institut Pasteur, Paris. He also worked as a research associate at University of Miami School of Medicine.
While assuming varied administrative responsibilities originally as the first Chair of the Department of CMM (2002-09) and, subsequently, as Vice Dean of Research in the Faculty of Medicine (2009 to present), Dr. Jasmin maintains a vigorous research program that focuses on deciphering the regulatory cascades and signaling pathways involved in controlling expression of synaptic proteins in both neuronal and skeletal muscle cells.
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