Health Professions Education Faculty

The following is a listing of core faculty members in the Health Professions Education program. For a complete list of all faculty and their supervisory areas please consult the ECP faculty listing

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Professor Alain Breuleux

Alain Breuleux

Associate Professor


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Cognition, technology in education.

Michael Hoover

Associate Professor


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Design and analysis of online university learning, Activity Systems Theory in online and multilingual educational contexts, creating online communities of inquiry.

Research website: The Online Learning Research Team

Professor Lajoie

Susanne Lajoie

Professor; Canadian Research Chair, Tier 1


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Application of cognitive theories to the design of computer based learning environments across disciplines, the role of emotion in learning, medical problem solving, team effectiveness, collaborative learning, human and computer tutoring, empathy, decision making and communication.

Research websites: Advanced Technologies for Learning in Authentic Settings (ATLAS) Lab
LEADS (Learning Environments across Disciplines)

Professor Krista Muis

Krista Muis

Assistant Professor


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Self-regulated learning, epistemic cognition, motivation, emotions, and mathematics and science learning.

Professor Alenoush Saroyan

Alenoush Saroyan

Graduate Program Director; Professor


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Pedagogical/faculty development, academic leadership, quality assurance and accreditation.

Research website: Higher Education Research Group (HERG)

Other Academic Staff

Associate Members

(Please note Associate Members can co-supervise Graduate Students but another core Faculty member must be listed as primary supervisor.)

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Jeffrey Wiseman, Ph.D.

Associate Member

Assistant Professor, Centre of Medical Education

514-934-1934 ext. 36144

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Clinical reasoning and problem analysis, assessment, interdisciplinary training, educational simulations and the use of computer technology in education.



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