Dre. Geneviève Bergeron obtained her doctorate in medicine from Université Laval (2009) and a Master’s degree in public health and environmental health from Harvard School of Public Health (2010). She completed a residency in internal medicine at Cambridge Health Alliance affiliated with Harvard Medical School (2013) and practiced internal medicine in a community hospital setting. She completed a fellowship with the U.S. CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service and worked with the New York City Office of Infectious Diseases (2017-2019). She completed a preventive medicine residency (2020) with the U.S CDC and Vital Strategies, an international public health organization based in New York. Dre. Bergeron has been a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Public Health and Preventive Medicine since 2021. She joined the Direction régional de la santé publique de Montréal (DRSP) as Medical Manager of the Emergency Department health in infectious diseases (USMI) of the prevention and control of infectious diseases (PCMI) sector in August 2021 and then as medical head of the PCMI sector since May 2022.