Carrie holds a master’s degree in Community Health and has worked for over a decade in the fields of health research and evaluation, in the public and not-for-profit sectors.

As a research professional, she contributed her skills in systematic reviews, grant writing, project management, and knowledge translation to various patient-oriented projects. She also coordinated a centre of expertise which focused on bringing together stakeholders from research, the healthcare system and communities to improve access to healthcare.

Carrie uses her experience of living with Long COVID and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, to advocate for recognition, research and adapted care for post-infectious illnesses.

She recently served as a member of the ICanCME Trainee Development and Medical Education Working Group and has co-founded several science-driven provincial and national post-infectious illness groups. She is also co-president of the Association québécoise de l’encéphalomyélite myalgique (AQEM) and a patient partner for ongoing Canadian post-infectious illness research and initiatives.



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