Geraldine Delbès graduated from the University Paris 6 (France) where she obtained her M.Sc in Reproductive Physiology in 2001. She did her PhD under the guidance of René Habert and Christine Levacher at the University of Paris-Sud, studying how estrogens regulate the development of the fetal testis. After graduating in 2005 she went to Montreal for a five years postdoctoral fellowship with Dr. Bernard Robaire at McGill University. She then did clinical research with Dr. Peter Chan at the department of Urology of the McGill University Health Centre. She was appointed at INRS in Environmental Toxicology in September 2012 and is now Associate Professor. Her research projects aim to determine how exposure to medical or environmental chemicals during critical periods of early life can alter male fertility.
Associate professor, Toxicology of reproduction
INRS–Centre Armand Frappier Santé Biotechnologie
531, boulevard des Prairies
Laval, QC H7V 1B7