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Anne Marie is a lawyer specializing in health law and bioethics. She has a Master's degree in health law (Université de Sherbrooke), a Master's degree in bioethics (Université de Montréal), a Bachelor of Laws degree (Université de Sherbrooke) and a Certificate in health and social services management (Université du Québec). She is presently completing a Doctorate in law (Université de Montréal), on the subject of legal and ethical issues related to international genetic research involving biological samples and data from deceased individuals.

Specializing in international comparative law, her work examines interactions between law and ethics, in the areas of biomedical research and genetics. An ethics lecturer and member of numerous Research Ethics Committees, she is currently working with Bartha Maria Knoppers at the Centre for Genomics and Policy of McGill University (Canada) on two FP7 research projects: ENGAGE and BioSHaRE. She is a member of the ENGAGE Publication Committee.




ENGAGE March 2011
ENGAGE Young Investigator

Anne Marie Tassé

Centre for Genomics and Policy, McGill University, Canada