Anne-Marie Tassé (LL.B., LL.M., M.A., LL.D.) is a lawyer specialised in health law and bioethics. She holds a Doctorate in Law (Université de Montréal), Master's degrees in Health Law (Université de Sherbrooke), and in Bioethics (Université de Montréal), and a Certificate in Health and Social Services Management (Université du Québec). Her work looks primarily at interactions between law and ethics, in the areas of international biomedical and genetic research.
Specialised in international comparative law, she is the Executive Director of P3G (Public Population Project in Genomics and Society) and an Academic Associate at the Center of Genomics and Policy (McGill University). As such, she coordinates the legal and ethical aspects of Canadian and international research projects. Author of more than 40 books, book chapters, peer-reviewed articles, policies and guidelines, her work is presented in Canada and abroad.
Biobanking and Big Data Research, Ethics Tools Development, Health Research Governance, Project-Specific Policy Development, Research Ethics and REB Review