Dr. Valerie Julie Brousseau, otolaryngologist (ENT) surgeon, joins the GrS Montreal team for the voice feminization program in 2020.
In 2000, Dr. Valérie J. Brousseau obtained a degree in Biology (genetics and evolution) from Acadia University in Nova Scotia. She is continuing her medical studies at McGill University (Montreal) where she will have the opportunity to participate in research projects on pediatric ENT (Cleveland Clinic) and neurodevelopment of the auditory system (Johns Hopkins University).
Graduated in medicine in 2004, she specializes in ENT and head and neck surgery. After completing her specialization at McGill University, she trained in endoscopic ear surgery at the University of British Columbia and will be the first to use this technique in Quebec in 2013.
In 2016, she will graduate with honors from the "Global Clinical Research Scholar Training Program" from Harvard University, where she will also graduate in "Management" in 2018.
Dr. Brousseau offers a range of ENT and head and neck surgeries at the Center Métropolitain de Chirurgie and participates in GrS Montreal's Voice Feminization Program which allows people whose voice does not match their gender identity to reduce the induced dysphoria.
Highly qualified and certified
American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
|Collège des médecins du Québec|
|Canadian Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery||Royal College of Surgeons of Canada|