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Emmanuelle Pourcher is a movement disorder specialist and the Director of the Quebec Memory & Movement Disorders Research Center (Clinique Sainte Anne Mémoire et Mouvement ) in Quebec City, one of Canada’s largest outpatient Parkinson’s disease center. Dr. Pourcher was trained as a neurologist at the Claude Bernard University in Lyon France and at Laval University in Québec City Canada. Her Movement Disorder Fellowships were done under the tutorships of Professors Paul Bédard (Laval.U) ,André Barbeau (Montreal U) ,James Heron (Keele U.) and Yves Agid (Pierre et Marie Currie U.).She has also completed Post-Doctoral Studies in Epidemiology/Genetics at McGill University’s Montreal Institute of Clinical Research and in Clinical Research at the INSERM Clinical Research Unit of the Pitié Salpétrière University Hospital in Paris . Pr. Pourcher teaches neurology and pharmacology at Laval University’s Faculty of Medicine. She is also a practicing neurologist and movement disorder specialist at the Laval University Neurology Health Center (CHU) and at the Quebec Mental Health Institute (QMHI). Emmanuelle Pourcher is a member of the Laval University Neuroscience Research Center (CTRN) and a clinical scientist at the Quebec Mental Health Institute Research Center Brain Bank(CRIUSMQ). Dr. Pourcher is a member and investigator as well of the University of Rochester’s «Parkinson Study Group» and of the University of Alberta’s «Canadian Movement Disorders Group». Over the past 25 years Dr. Pourcher has been involved as a principal investigator in more than 100 clinical trials, including all pivotal drug trials in Parkinson’s disease. Emmanuelle Pourcher is a key member of «The Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation Guidelines on Parkinson’s Disease National Committee» responsible for defining the practice guidelines for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease in Canada, and a consultant to various Research Institutes in Canada and abroad. Dr. Pourcher is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians of Canada.
pharmacology of Parkinson’s disease, serotonin-dopamine hetero modulation, dopamine and cognition, dopamine and mood, neuroprotection in Parkinson’s disease, postural control and balance in movement disorders, pharmacoclinical aspects of the treatment of Parkinson’s disease.