Cécile Petitgand

  • Coordinator of the Data Access Task force set by the National Table of Research Directors of the Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services (Canada)
  • Data Access Advisor for the Quebec Research Funds for Healthcare (FRQS)
  • Research associate at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Center (CRCHUM)
  • Associate Professor at the University of Montreal School of Public Health
  • Researcher associated to the International Observatory on the Societal Impacts of AI and Digital Technology (OBVIA) and the JusticIA legal research group of the University of Montreal

Big Data

Quality - Diversity - Interoperability
The source of efficient, secure and trustworthy AI

Artificial Intelligence

From expert systems to learning algorithms, challenges are plenty, solutions fascinate me!

Care and Society

All sectors and individuals are affected by digital transformation, let's keep them in!

Short Bio

Cécile Petitgand is the coordinator of the Data Access Task force set by the National Table of Research Directors of the Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services (Canada).

She is a research associate at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Center, as well as Data Access advisor at the Quebec Research Fund for Healthcare and Associate Professor at the University of Montreal School of Public Health.

Cécile Petitgand holds a doctorate in Management from the University of Paris-Dauphine and the University of Sao Paulo (Brazil), and a master's degree in Economics from the Paris School of Economics. She did her post-doctorate at the Health Hub: Politics, Organizations and Law of the University of Montreal focusing on the issue of AI implementation in Canadian hospitals.

Cécile Petitgand is also a researcher for the International Observatory on the Societal Impacts of AI and Digital Technology (OBVIA) and the JusticIA legal research group of the University of Montreal. Her expertise relates in particular to the responsible development and implementation of AI systems in healthcare organizations.

FOCUS: AI in Healthcare

Fall 2020 Podcast for AI CAFÉ (Université Laval Québec) on the potential and challenges of AI in our health and social services organizations.

IA CAFÉ

PODCAST

Digital Technology and AI at work

Optimizing human-machine collaboration

  • AI and healthcare: what collaboration between humans and algorithms?
  • The transformation of care relationship with digital technology and AI
  • Training and skills to be developed to integrate AI in healthcare responsibly
Techno
Education

PODCAST

Expertises & skills

  • Digital innovation in health: development, implementation, sustainability
  • Responsible use of health data for research and continuous improvement
  • Societal impacts of artificial intelligence and digital innovations
  • Rigor, autonomy and efficiency in the execution of complex tasks
  • Cooperative and adaptive spirit depending on the practice environment
  • Fluency in written and oral communication, and multilingualism
UBISOFT OBVIA

PODCAST

Artificial intelligence:
Coming to save healthcare systems?

Participation in the radio show “I vote for science” on Wednesday February 19, 2020 with Barbara Decelle (IVADO scientific advisor)

Curriculum Vitae

University and complementary training, Professional experience, Research, Teaching, Entrepreneurship, Languages ​​and technical knowledge.

Publications & Presentations

Academic publications, Scientific and general public communications, Contribution to the dissemination and appropriation of knowledge.

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