Anne-Louise Lafontaine, MD, MSc, FRCPC

Anne-Louise Lafontaine, MD, MSc, FRCPC
Contact Information
Phone: 
514-934-1934 Ext 48026
Email address: 
anne-louise.lafontaine [at] mcgill.ca
Hospital title: 
Chief of the department of Neurology of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC)
Associate-Chair, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery.
Location: 
Movement Disorders Programme
Biography: 

Dr. Lafontaine is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine of McGill University and Director of the McGill Movement Disorder Clinic, which is a designated centre of excellence by the National Parkinson Foundation that she co-founded. Dr. Lafontaine obtained her MD at McMaster University and her MSc in biostatistics and epidemiology from McGill. She then did her residency in neurology at McGill before completing a fellowship in movement disorders at the University of Calgary.

Dr. Lafontaine is a recognized national speaker in Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders. She has a strong interest in education and ethics and served as the Program Director of the neurology residency training program at McGill. She has also been recognized with numerous awards for excellence in clinical teaching and is a longstanding member of the Research Ethics Board of the Neuro. In addition to leading the Movement Disorder Clinic, Dr. Lafontaine is the Director of the Renata Hornstein Parkinson Clinic.  She has served in the past as a Member of the Board and as Chair of the Research Policy Committee of the Parkinson Society Canada, and is currently a member of its Medical Advisory Board. She was also Co-chair of the Local Organizing Committee and Member of the Steering Committee of the 2013 World Parkinson Congress.

Research areas: 
Neurodegenerative Disorders

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