Assistant Professor, McGill University
Greenfield Park, Quebec
MD and Neurology, University of Sherbrooke
Neurocognitive fellowship, UCLA
Ziad Nasreddine graduated from Medical School and Neurology from the University of Sherbrooke. He is certified by the Medical Board of California, and by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
He completed a post-doctorate fellowship in Neurobehavior at UCLA, with Dr Jeffrey Cummings.
He was President of the Québec Young Doctor Association from 1997-2004.
He is the recipient of the Arista Sunlife Award of Excellence in 2003 in the Category: Young Quebec Professional.
He is actively involved in clinical research in Alzheimer’s disease and has created and developed the Montreal Cognitive Assessment, the MoCA test.
He is affiliated with Charles LeMoyne Hospital, Jewish General Hospital, Neuro Rive-Sud, and MoCA Clinic and Institute.
He is Assistant Clinical Professor in Neurology at Université de Sherbrooke and McGill University, Canada.
DECLARED FINANCIAL INTERESTS
Received research grants in the last 12 months from: Elli Lilly, Eisai, TTP, Merck, Roche, Genentech