Repairing Organs and Treating Neonatal Diseases with Stem Cell Therapy, presented by Dr. Bernard THEBAUD
Share the Science: Repairing Organs and Treating Neonatal Diseases with Stem Cell Therapy, presented by Dr. Bernard THEBAUD
Specialist in stem cell therapies for lung diseases, Dr. Thébaud is a senior scientist with the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and a neonatologist with the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, where he provides care to critically ill newborns. He is also a professor of Pediatrics at the University of Ottawa.
Dr. Thébaud obtained his medical degree at the University Louis Pasteur in Strasbourg, France in 1991 and trained in pediatrics and neonatology at the University Paris V in Paris, France, where he also obtained his M.Sc. and Ph.D. before completing a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Alberta.
He received the “Rising Star in Perinatal Research” award from the CIHR Institute for Human Development, Child and Youth Health in 2008, and the “Best in Current Canadian Child Health Research” Sanofi Pasteur Research Award in 2007. Dr. Thébaud currently holds the University of Ottawa Partnership Research Chair in Regenerative Medicine.
We wish to thank Dr. THEBAUD for his time and Mediware for their continued support in bringing you the Share the Science series to you.
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