Junie Carrière, PhD
Junie is an Assistant Professor in the Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé of the Université de Sherbrooke (Longueuil campus). She received her doctorate in Experimental Psychology from McGill University with a research internship in Pain Medicine at Stanford University. She also completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Her lab is now at the Centre d’action en prévention et réadaptation au travail in Longueuil.
Junie’s research interests center on the impact of biopsychosocial determinants of trajectories of recovery following musculoskeletal pain conditions. Outside of the university, she enjoys cooking, playing with her kids and ballet.
Marie-Pier is a physiotherapist and research agent. Her research examines the French-Canadian adaptation of Empowered Relief in primary care physiotherapy for low back pain.
Betty is a Masters student in the Programme de recherche en sciences de la santé. Her research examines the acceptability and feasibility of a virtual pain psychological intervention according to physiotherapists.
Naz is a Masters student in the Programme de recherche en sciences de la santé. Her research examines psychological predictors of trajectories of recovery after a brief, online psychological intervention to reduce pain.
Caroline is a practicing chiropractor and Masters student in the Programme de recherches en sciences de la santé.