Amine Benmassaoud’s bio
Dr. Amine Benmassaoud completed his medical training and specialty training in Gastroenterology at McGill University. He then pursued a fellowship in hepatology at the Sheila Sherlock Liver Centre, Royal Free Hospital, London England thanks to the support of the CASL Clinical Fellowship award. He recently completed his Master’s in Experimental Medicine at McGill University. He is currently an assistant professor of medicine, member of the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at McGill University Health Centre in Montreal. He has received the Young Investigator Bursary given by EASL, as well as a New Investigator Scholarship by the CROI organisation. He is currently also receiving bridging support through the Department of Medicine of McGill University. He aims to improve the health of Canadians by creating a vibrant research program addressing current knowledge gaps in the field of portal hypertension and vascular liver diseases.