CHUS Re­searcher hon­oured for sci­en­tific break­throughs

Stanstead Journal - - FROM PAGE ONE - Sher­brooke

Twice in the last week, CHUS re­searcher Roger Le­comte was rec­og­nized for his im­por­tant sci­en­tific break­throughs in med­i­cal im­agery. On Septem­ber 17th, the physi­cian emer­i­tus ac­cepted the Prix d’ex­cel­lence - Car­rière from the Cen­tre hospi­tal­ier uni­ver­si­taire de Sher­brooke (CHUS), and two days later he was awarded the Prix Michel-Sar­razin from the Club de recherches clin­iques du Québec (CRCQ)

Roger Le­comte was a re­searcher with the Cen­tre de recherche du Cen­tre hospi­tal­ier uni­ver­si­taire de Sher­brooke (CRCHUS) and a pro­fes­sor in the Fac­ulté de médecine et des sciences de la santé (FMSS) of the Univer­sité de Sher­brooke.

Photo cour­tesy

Seen in the photo are (l. to r.) Jac­ques Fortier, pres­i­dent of the CHUS Board of Direc­tors; Roger Le­compte, CRCHUS re­searcher; and Dr. Stéphane Trem­blay, di­rec­tor gen­eral of the CHUS.

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