Biography

    Lucie Ménard , Ph.D.

    menard.lucie@uqam.ca
    Lucie Ménard
    Research Axis
    Musculoskeletal Health, Rehabilitation and Medical Technologies Axis
    Research Theme
    Pediatric rehabilitation and sports medicine
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    CHUSJ

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    514 345-4931 #3515

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    514 987-4652

    Title

    • Full Professor (2002-), Department of Linguistics, UQAM
    • Director (2002-), Phonetics Laboratory, UQAM
    • Director (2006-), Center for Research on Language, Mind and Brain (CRLEC-UQAM), UQAM

    Education

    • Doctorate in Linguistics, GIPSA Lab & CNRS, Stendhal University, France, 2002
    • Master’s in Linguistics (Phonetics), Laval University, Canada, 1998

    Research Interests

    Lucie Ménard’s research goal is the conduct experimental studies of speech produced and perceived by clinical and non-clinical populations. She has a double expertise in Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics and in Voice Technologies. Through unique research infrastructure funded by the CFI, motion tracking systems and acoustic analysis systems were developed and adapted to various populations. The main research program focuses on multimodal speech (acoustics/visual). She has been involved in more than 15 research projects (as the principal investigator or co-investigator) funded by the CFI, SSHRC, NSERC, FQRSC and FQRNT over the last ten years. The results are used to develop innovative tools to assist speech language pathologists and second language learners.

    Research Topics

    • Clinical Phonetics
    • Speech Development
    • Biomechanics of Speech
    • Sensory Deprivation
    • Speech Production and Perception

    Awards and Distinctions

    • Projet ayant reçu la meilleure évaluation au programme relève de la Fondation canadienne pour l’innovation en Arts, Lettres et Sciences humaines au Québec depuis l’existence du programme, 2004;
    • « Personnalité de la Semaine », Journal La Presse, Montréal, octobre 1999.

    Presentations

    • MÉNARD, Lucie (2010) : Discussant invitée lors de la session spéciale « Speech and Gestures » du congrès Laboratory Phonology, juin 2010.
 

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