Constantin Tranulis is a psychiatrist doing clinical work in first episode psychosis and research on cultural and psychosocial dimensions of psychosis. His training in clinical psychiatry was completed with a fellowship in medical anthropology with an emphasis on illness narratives.
Dr Nadeau is a psychiatrist at the Montreal Children’s Hospital where her clinical work is shared between the Transcultural Psychiatry clinic and the Consultation-liaison service, and an Assistant Professor in the department of Psychiatry at McGill University. She received her training in medicine and psychiatry at the Université de Montréal and McGill University and completed a Master’s degree in transcultural psychiatry at McGill.
Dr Galbaud du Fort, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at McGill, is a consultation-liaison psychiatrist at the McGill University Health Centre, specialized in the psychiatric care of of oncology patients, and an epidemiologist and project director at the Jewish General Hospital Centre for Clinical Epidemiology & Community Studies.
Dr Measham is lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry. She received her residency training in psychiatry at McGill and completed post-graduate work in cultural psychiatry. She is staff at the Transcultural Psychiatry Clinic of the Montreal Children's Hospital.
toby [dot] measham [at] mcgill [dot] ca (email)
Rousseau, C., Measham, T., & Moro, M. R. (2011). Working with interpreters in child mental health. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 16(1), 55-59.
Dr Minde is a Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, former Chairman of the Division of Child Psychiatry at McGill University, and Director of the Anxiety Clinic at the Montreal Children's Hospital. He received his training at the University of London, University of Munich, and Columbia University. Dr Minde worked as a WHO consultant in Africa for over two years where he set up a division of Child Psychiatry at Makerere University in Uganda.