Hadjab, Insaf Étudiante


Stagiaire MD

Département d'obstétrique, gynécologie et reproduction Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec, Faculté de médecine, Université Laval

Expertise

Women's health issues Pelvic pain Gynaecology Diagnosis endometriosis
: PhD
:

Quality of Life in Women with Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis: Determinants and Predictors

 



Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Québec — Université Laval, 2705 boul. Laurier, Québec (QC) G1V 4G2
insaf.hadjab.1@ulaval.ca

Years of service

Since 2021

Laboratory

Sarah Maheux-Lacroix

Study level

PhD

FORMATION: 

MD (Ulaval, en cours)

Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering (Polymtl, en cours)

M.Eng. Biomechanics (UCBL, France)

BEng. Mechanics (USTHB, Algeria)

BOURSES: 

MD

1. CRDSI summer internship scholarships - April 2021

Ph.D.

1. International mobility grant, MÉDITIS, NSERC - January 2016

2. Doctoral training scholarship, Arthritis Society, Canada (for 3 years) - September 2015

3. MÉDITIS Excellence Scholarship, NSERC ( for 2 years) - May 2014

M.Ing.

1. Grant for graduate research internship, Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research, France - January 2012

Bachelor of Engineering

1. Full admission and training scholarships for ENPEI, Ministry of Higher Education and Ministry of National Defense, Algeria - August 2005


My project main to explore pelvic pain and endometriosis; women's health issues that remain barely investigated despite their significant prevalence. Based on data collected prospectively in more than three Canadian hospitals, we aim to identify the predictors of the disease's symptoms as well as the appropriate treatments based on the surgical phenotypes. This research will contribute to the health and care system by improving the quality of life of these women and by allowing an appropriate choice of treatment.