Faculté de médecine - Département de radiologie, radio-oncologie et médecine nucléaire
- Médecine nucléaire
- Radiologie diagnostique
Présence sur le Web
Expertise de recherche
Mon champ de recherche est exclusivement dédié à la radiologie vasculaire et interventionelle. Plus spécifiquement l'imagerie de l'hypertension rénovasculaire et la revascularisatrion rénale percutanée et le traitement de la maladie anévrismale aortique par endoprothèse couverte. Domaine: Cardiologie/Thérapie cardiovasculaire - Hémodynamique/Rhéologie - Radiologie/Imagerie. Méthodologie: Clinique - Évaluative. Pathologie: Athérosclérose - Hypertension.
Dr Gilles Soulez MD, MSc, FSIR is a vascular and interventional radiologist a CHUM, University of Montréal. He completed his radiology residency in France (University Paris V) in 1988 and completed a 2-year fellowship combined with a certification of the French College of Interventional Radiology. He completed a MSc in clinical research and epidemiology at University of Montreal in 2000 and obtained a clinical researcher scholarship from the FRQ-S from the Junior I to National Scientist award. He is currently appointed as a Professor of Radiology at University of Montreal and was chairman of the department of Radiology, Radiation-Oncology and Nuclear Medicine (2012-2020). His research is dedicated to the advancement of vascular and interventional radiology in the field of aortic, peripheral arterial diseases and management of vascular anomalies. He is funded by the Canadian Fund of Innovation, Canadian Institute of Health Research, Natural Science and Engineering Research Council, Fonds de la Recherché en Santé du Québec (FRQ-S). He has published 210 peer-reviewed papers during his career (H index 45). He has authored and coauthored 9 patents and is very active in technological transfer with leader companies in this field (ie: Siemens Medical, Cook medical).
Affiliations de recherche UdeM
Prix et distinctions
He was honored by the Award of excellence and Innovation form Cardiovascular and interventional Radiology Society of Europe (2013), the prize of Innovation (2008) and prize Bernadette Nogrady (1997) from the Société de Radiologie du Québec. He is also vice president of the Canadian Association of Radiologists.