Jeanne Teitelbaum MD FRCP (C)
Program Director, Neurocritical Care
Completed medical school and Family Medicine Residency at Université de Montréal. After 2 years of practice, began residency in Internal Medicine at McGill University’s Royal Victoria hospital followed by residency in Neurology at McGill and a Fellowship in Neurocritical Care at John’s Hopkins Hospital and University, in Baltimore Maryland.
Her research focuses on severe neurological injury such as ischemic strokes, sub-arachnoid hemorrhage and brain hemorrhage. She has studied the post-stroke immunological changes in the rat stroke model as well as the mechanisms of recovery. Dr. Teitelbaum also investigates assessment, treatments and prognosis of vasospasm in subarachnoid hemorrhage in both human and animal models, as well as prevention of intracerebral hemorrhage expansion.