Diane B. Boivin MD, PhD , EMLC is Professor for the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University and Founder/Director of the Centre for Study and Treatment of Human Circadian Rhythms at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute. Her research interests cover the problem of maladaptation to shift work, jet lag, and sex differences in circadian physiology. She has directed several large field studies on projects related to fatigue management at work, covering several industries such as transportation (trucking, aviation, marine, and railway), mining, health and emergency services.
Positions and Affiliations
- Professor of Psychiatry, McGill University
- Director, Centre for Study and Treatment of Circadian Rhythms, Douglas Mental Health University Institute