2023 SCHOLARSHIPS WINNERS

Diabète Québec is proud to offer annual scholarships to students and grants to Québec researchers in support of diabetes research. In 2023, two additional funding opportunities were offered: the Merit Grant and the India Tanguay-Doucet Special Grant for Type 1 Diabetes Research, generously donated by the Tanguay-Doucet family.

Here are the winners selected by the experts on the Diabetes Québec Scholarship Committee.

SUMMER SHOLARSHIPS (6,000$)
Bachelor’s degree

Élodie Castonguay-Girard, Université Laval

Marianne Dubord, Université de Montréal

Ashley Finkel, McGill University

Laurier Gauvin, McGill University

Heather Girouard, Institut de recherche clinique de Montréal

Cloé Gosselin, Université McGill

Justine Morand, Université Laval

Camille Tremblay Laprise, Université de Sherbrooke

Audrey Turmel, Université Laval

PhD

Hamza Mechchate, Université de Montréal

Courtney South, McGill University


MERIT GRANT (100,000$)

Dr. Mélanie Henderson, Université de Montréal


SPECIAL INDIA TANGUAY-DOUCET GRANT (50,000$)

Dr. Anne-Sophie Brazeau, McGill University


RESEARCH GRANT (20,000$)

Daniel Gagnon, Université de Montréal

Julie Lavoie, Université de Montréal

Anne-Sophie Morissette, Université Laval

Michaël Shum, Université Laval

Karine Tremblay, Université de Sherbrooke


Congratulations to the 2023 winners and thank you to the generous donors who make research possible!