Dr. Gabrielle Landry MEDICAL AESTHETICS CENTERED ON WOMEN HEALTH

Dr. Gabrielle Landry began her university studies in biomedical sciences in 2003, and then began to study medicine at the Faculty of Medicine at the Université de Montréal in 2006.

Dr Landry’s interest in women sexual health lead her to complete training in vulvovaginal dermatology in Paris in 2011 and further in medical aesthetics.

Dr Gabrielle Landry reconciles esthetic medicine approach to beauty treatments with biological characteristics of ageing to create holistic rejuvenation procedures for patients.

Her practice is oriented towards female patients’ health and overall well-being.

WOMEN’S HEALTH

MEDICAL AESTHETICS

Her holistic approach to esthetic medicine allows Dr Landry to offer a complete range of beauty procedures to male and female patients taking into consideration individual biological factors of ageing.

TRAINING

NOVEMBER 2012 Aesthetic medicine, Paris. Member of the Canadian Association of Aesthetic Medicine
OCTOBER 2012 Graduate of the Collège des médecins du Québec
JUNE 2012 Internship of vulvovaginal dermatology at the Tarnier-Cochin Hospital in Paris
2010 – OCT. 2012 Residency program in family medicine. Interests in General Practice, Mental Health, STBBIs and Women’s Health
JAN. – MAY 2006 University of Bordeaux II Victor Segalen, France. Research internship in neurogenetics and stress (support OFQJ) under the supervision of Dr. Pierre Mormède, laboratory director
2003 – 2006 University of Montreal, Faculty of Medicine. Obtaining a bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences

PUBLICATIONS

2018 Co-authored research with poster presentation: «High seroconversion rates following PREP discontinuance in a Montreal Clinic» at 2018 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI)
APRIL 2016 Co-author of the article: « PrEP experience in Montreal: good compliance, neither risk compensation nor seroconversion. » Presented at the 2016 AFRAVIH congress in Brussels
JANUARY 2016 Author of the article « HPV » and co-author for the HSV module in the journal Médecin du Québec, edition ITSS, autumn 2016
MAY 2015 Writing two articles in the Quebec Fitness: « Races and wounds: When running is putting health at risk» and « Breast health chronicle ».

To take an appointment for a consultation with Dr Landry, or to have a discussion regarding health concerns for female patients

CONTACT
514-787-0055

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