Research Team of the Bipolar Disorders Program


The research team led by Serge Beaulieu, MD, PhD, FRCPC is interested in the biological and environmental factors of bipolar disorders.

The aim of ongoing research projects is to identify these factors and to improve and develop better treatments for bipolar disorders.

The main objective is to better understand bipolar disorders from the epidemiological, biological, chemical, psychological, social and genetic points of view.

An interdisciplinary team

A dynamic interdisciplinary team who concentrates its efforts on carrying out various research projects, on knowledge transfer, and on providing clinical services within the Bipolar Disorders Program.

Principal researcher
Serge Beaulieu, MD, PhD, FRCPC

Associate researchers
Eduardo Chachamovich, MD, PhD
Andrée Daigneault, MD, FRCPC
Hani Iskandar, MD
Fabrice Jollant, MD, PhD
Suzane Renaud, MD, FRCPC
Jacques Tremblay, MD

Other members
Fernando Corbalán, Master candidate
Ellen Paquet, Bachelor Nurse
Nancy Poirier, Psychologist
Rébecca Sablé, Neuropsychologist
Sybille Saury, Research Coordinator


Bipolar Disorders Program
Douglas Institute
Newman Pavilion, 1st floor
6875 LaSalle Boulevard
Montreal, (Quebec) H4H 1R3

Tel.: (514) 761-6131, ext. 3330
Fax: (514) 888 4062