Charles Ramassamy obtained a B.S. degree from the Université Paris VII, Paris, France, M.S. degree in neuropharmacology from the Faculty of Pharmacy, Paris, France, and Ph.D. in oxidative stress and neurotoxicity from the Faculty of Science, Rouen, France. He also got a Postdoc degree from Douglas Hospital Research Center, McGill University, in oxidative stress and apolipoprotein E in Alzheimer’s disease. Since 2004, he has been a Professor at the Institut national de la recherché scientifique, Quebec City, QC, Canada, and Institut Armand Frappier, Canada, and an Associate Professor at the Laval University, Quebec, Canada. His areas of expertise include oxidative stress in aging, neurodegenerative diseases (Alzheimer and Parkinson’s diseases), role of environmental toxins in Parkinson’s disease, and development of bioactive compound-loaded nanoparticles.
Biography Updated on 14 June 2012