MeDiC  |  Metabolic Disorders and Complications Program

Our Researchers

The Metabolic Disorders and Complications Program (MeDiC) brings together a team of outstanding research scientists who share the goal of developing new diagnostic tools, treatments and health policies for obesity, diabetes and osteoporosis, along with their complications, including kidney failure, heart disease, fatty liver/cirrhosis, dementia and stroke.

More than one in three Canadians are affected by common and chronic metabolic disorders. The MeDiC Program unites multidisciplinary researchers to study these problems in both adults and children. Each member of the MeDiC program is also affiliated with at least one of the research centres at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre: the Centre for Translational Biology, the Centre for Innovative Medicine and the Centre for Outcomes Research and Evaluation.

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David Buckeridge, MD, PhD


public health

medical informatics


Kaberi Dasgupta, MD, M.Sc.

diabetes prevention

diabetes reversal

diabetes management

physical activity

eating behaviours


Steven Grover, MD

clinical epidemiology

clinical guidelines

computer modelling

cost effectiveness

health promotion


Suzanne Morin, MD, M.Sc., FRCP, FACP

Osteoporosis • fractures • bone mineral density • administrative healthcare databases • atypical femur fractures • rehabilitation • clinical practice guidelines


Romina Pace, MD, M.Sc.

Indigenous health


cardiovascular risk factors

health services research

database analysis


Ruth Sapir-Pichhadze, B.Med.Sc., MD, M.Sc., PhD, FRCPC

kidney transplantation


clinical epidemiology

clinical research



Rita Suri, MD, M.Sc.


frequent dialysis

randomized trials

quality of life

blood pressure


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