Anik Nolet

Anik Nolet

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Anik Nolet is a graduate from McGill University in political sciences (1995), from the University of Montreal in law (L.L.B, 1998), and from the University of Geneva, Switzerland, in clinical ethics (2003). Anik obtained a MA in Health law from Sherbrooke University and a graduate diploma in biomedical ethics from the Paris VI University.

Anik has been a member of the Quebec bar since 2000. Anik was also, for many years, a board member of Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards (CAREB) and a member of many other research ethics committees such as l’Institut Philippe Pinel and the central ethics committee of the health ministry of Quebec.

Anik was appointed by the Health Minister of Quebec as the ethicist expert member of the Quebec Biovigilance committee. Anik is presently the CRIR’s (Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire en réadaptation du Montréal métropolitain) establishments research ethics coordinator, since 2002, and the research ethics advisor for the CIUSSS-du Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de-Montréal, since 2016. Anik is a member of the Tri-Agency Advisory Panel on Research Ethics (PRE, 2021).