Miriam Beauchamp

Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
University of Montreal

Miriam Beauchamp is a neuropsychologist, full professor for the University of Montreal's Department of Psychology and is a researcher at the Research centre of the CHU Ste-Justine where she funded the ABC developmental neuropsychology laboratory. She is the chairholder for the traumatic brain injury in children's chair. In 2017, she received the Prix du Québec « Relève scientifique », the highest distinction given by the Quebec government in the scientific and cultural field. She also received multiple start-of-career prizes of the International Neuropsychological Society (2015) and the International Brain Injury Association (2017). In 2019, she was nominated for the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists of the Canadian Royal Society.

Her research, the crossroads of social neuroscience and neuropsychology, contribute to the development of new evaluation and intervention methods in social cognition thanks to the help of dynamic and immersive technologies such as virtual reality and serious video games. In parallel, her clinical research program aims to better understand the diagnosis, the forecast and the consequences of TTC and concussions and to validate intervention programs and develop prevention initiatives.

This content has been updated on 14 June 2024 at 10 h 39 min.