Helene HAKYEMEZ, research coordinator
- Office phone:
- (514) 934-1934 ext: 23284
- Office fax:
- (514) 412-4373
I completed a Bachelor's in Biochemistry and a Master's in Neuroscience at McGill University, Montreal, Canada. I am presently working as a research coordinator under the supervision of Dr Catherine Limperopoulos, at the Montreal Children's Hospital. (Resume and references are available upon request).
Present Research Project
- Study of brain development in fetuses and babies with congenital heart defects using advanced MRI techniques
- Acquisition and analysis of MRI data
- Coordination of data from 2 study centers (Boston & Montreal Children's Hospital)
- Recruitment of pregnant women
- Positron emission tomography studies using [11C]raclopride looking at the impact of passive monetary reward on the brain dopamine release in normal healthy subjects
- Positron emission tomography using [11C]raclopride looking at the impact of various work loads to obtain the reward on the dopamine release in normal healthy subjects
- Helene S. Hakyemez, Stephen D. Smith, David H. Zald, Alain Dagher. Striatal dopamine transmission in healthy humans during a passive monetary reward task. NeuroImage. 2007 Nov 7
- Data presentation at the 50 years Dopamine Congress, Goteborg, Sweden, 2007.
- Effect of social stress on dopamine release in healthy subjects. Neuroimaging Laboratory, Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal.
- Characterization of colon cancer in in vivo development. Biochemistry Laboratory, McGill University, Montreal.
- Efficacy of cancer drug. Microbiology Laboratory, McGill University, Montreal.
- Improve experimental protocols. Analytical Chemistry Laboratory, McGill University, Montreal.
- NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP: psychology & communication): CQPNL
- Health and prenatal international symposium.
- Launch of the world Pregant women's day. APN
created: 25 Apr 2007
last modified: 15 Jan 2008