Amélie St-Georges-Robillard

Amélie St-Georges-Robillard is a research associate in Frédéric Leblond’s and Thomas Gervais’ laboratories and a core scientist in OptiMaL. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in engineering physics in 2010, then completed a master’s degree in surface coatings for cell culture in 2012. She finally obtained her doctorate at Polytechnique Montréal in 2018 on quantitative fluorescence imaging of tumor spheroids trapped in microfluidic chips for the treatment of cancer. Following her studies, Amélie is also co-head of the Microfluidics Core Facility of the TransMedTech Institute based at the CHUM Research Center.