Dr. Brouillette leads a team of health care professionals with intersecting expertise in clinical HIV and neuroscience medicine, fundamental science, health outcomes and applied statistics to understand and improve brain health in HIV.
The objectives are to contribute evidence for the validity of a brief brain health assessment approach, to estimate the extent to which HIV-related cognition-relevant clinical factors and patient-centered outcomes inter-relate and evolve over time, allowing identification of the mechanisms underpinning longitudinal changes in brain heath.
Diana Salazar is the study manager of the Positive Brain Health Now research project. She is in charge of managing all the study operations at all participating sites in Canada. Diana completed a Bachelor’s degree in Biology (Genetics) at the University of Antioquia (Medellin, Colombia), a Master of Science (Molecular Biology) at the University of Québec in Montréal and an MBA from Laval University. She has previously worked as a Research Officer at the Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer (IRIC) and before joining the project, she was Associate in Ethics and Regulatory Affairs for an Independent Ethics Review Board.
Site Study Coordinator
Nourane Ennabil is the study coordinator for the Positive Brain health now project at the Montreal Chest Institute (MUHC). Nourane holds a Bachelor’s degree in biomedical science and a master’s degree in pharmaceutical science for clinical research at the University of Montréal. Before joining our team, she was working in neurocognition and aging at the Research Centre of the Montréal Geriatric Institute.