Position: Faculty Lecturer; Specialty Director of Simulation Education
Building: Hosmer House 3630 prom Sir-William-Osler
Office Room: H-103
Mailing Address: 3654 prom Sir-William-Osler, Montréal, QC, Canada H3G 1Y5
Office Phone: 514-398-1021
marie-eve [dot] bolduc [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
Education: BSc (OT), MSc (Rehabilitation Sciences)
OCC1 545: Therapeutic Strategies in OT1
OCC1 549: Therapeutic Strategies in OT2
POTH 635: Enabling Upper Extremity Function
My interests are directed towards pediatrics outcome research and upper extremity rehabilitation. Specifically, my recent research project aimed at delineating the impact of cerebellar malformations on cerebral development and child functioning.
Cerebellum, outcome, magnetic resonnance imaging
Bolduc ME, Du Plessis AJ, Sullivan N, Guizard N, Zhang X, Robertson RL and Limperopoulos C. (2012). Regional cerebellar volumes predict functional outcome in children with cerebellar malformations. Cerebellum, 11(2):531-42.
Bolduc ME, Du Plessis AJ, Evans A, Guizard N, Zhang X, Robertson RL and Limperopoulos C. (2011). Cerebellar malformations alter regional cerebral development. Dev Med Child Neurol, 53(12):1128-34.
Bolduc ME, Du Plessis AJ, Sullivan N, Khwaja OS, Zhang X, Barnes K, Robertson RL and Limperopoulos C. (2011). Spectrum of neurodevelopmental disabilities in children with cerebellar malformations. Dev Med Child Neurol, 53(5):409-16.
Bolduc ME and Limperopoulos C. (2009). Neurodevelopmental outcomes in children with cerebellar malformations: a systematic review. Dev Med Child Neurol, 51(4):256-67