Sandrine de Ribaupierre
Dr de Ribaupierre is a pediatric and epilepsy Neurosurgeon in London, Ontario, Canada. She earned her MD at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. After a Neurosurgery residency in Lausanne (Switzerland), she completed an epilepsy fellowship in the Fondation Rothschild in Paris (France), then a pediatric neurosurgery fellowship in the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
She is currently an Associate Professor in the Division of Neurosurgery at Western University, in London, Ontario, Canada.
She is conducting some research on virtual reality as an educational tool, such as neuroanatomy teaching for medical students and residents, as well as surgical simulation. She has a Master in Neuroimaging for Research and is studying variability using fMRI and DTI. Her clinical research focuses on epilepsy, cognition and functional imaging.
She is involved in postgraduate education as well as is leading the Continuing Medical Education in the Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences at Western University, and part of different committees trying to improve medical education.