Pascal Lefebvre (Alumni) - University of Montreal
|Award Type:||Predoctoral Award|
|Discipline:||Speech Language Pathology|
|Supervisor(s):||Dr. Natacha Trudeau|
|Project Title:||Enriched shared reading as an approach to develop phonological sensitivity in French-speaking pre-school children from vulnerable families|
Pascal Lefebvre is a certified speech-language pathologist in Ontario and Quebec. He is an associate professor in the School of Speech-Language Pathology at Laurentian University in Sudbury since 2015. He also held a professor position at the School of rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa from 2007 to 2015. He is also a certified speech-language pathologist in Ontario and Quebec. Professor Lefebvre pursued his doctoral studies at the Ste-Justine Research Centre as a Canadian Institute of Health Research Strategic Training Fellow in the Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program. He is currently conducting research on emergent and early literacy, speech sound disorders in children and knowledge translation. Professor Lefebvre is also involved in the implementation of best literacy practices in numerous elementary schools in Ontario and Quebec.