Daniel G. Cyr
Dr Cyr received his BSc (Hons) in Biological Sciences and MSc from Concordia University (Montreal) and his PhD from the University of Manitoba (Winnipeg). He then returned to Montreal where he pursued postdoctoral training at McGill University. He first joined the Canadian Federal Government as a senior scientist in reproductive toxicology at the Maurice-Lamontagne Institute before being recruited to INRS as an Assistant Professor and rose to rank of full Professor. INRS is a research-intensive university and member of the University of Quebec network. Dr. Cyr’s research program focuses on the regulation of intercellular junctions in the testis and epididymis and the effects of environmental contaminants on these structures. Dr. Cyr has authored over 125 papers and 17 book chapters. He is, or has recently served, on several editorial boards including the Journal of Andrology, Journal of Applied Toxicology, Spermatogenesis, Journal of Endocrinology, Biology of Reproduction and Archives of Andrology. He chaired both the International and National Program Committees for the International Congress of Toxicology held in Montreal in 2007.
Biography Updated on 24 January 2012