Julie Arsenault

Professeure agrégée (coordonnées)


Formation universitaire

  • D.M.V., Université de Montréal (1999)
  • Maîtrise en sciences vétérinaires, option épidémiologie (M.Sc., Université de Montréal, 2002)
  • Doctorat en sciences vétérinaires, option épidémiologie (Ph.D., Université de Montréal, 2010)

Activités professionnelles

  • Enseignement sur les méthodes épidémiologiques au premier cycle et aux cycles supérieurs.
  • Recherche en épidémiologie vétérinaire et santé publique.
  • Supervision d’étudiants aux cycles supérieurs.
  • Membre du comité scientifique du Groupe de recherche en épidémiologie des zoonoses et santé publique.
  • Représentante pour le Québec de l’Association canadienne d’épidémiologie vétérinaire et de médecine préventive (CAVEPM)

Enseignement

1er cycle
  • DMV 2210 – Méthodes quantitatives (collaboration)
  • DMV 3210 – Principes d’épidémiologie vétérinaire (collaboration)

2e et  3e cycle

  • PTM 6674 – Épidémiologie 1 (coordonatrice)
  • PTM 6648 – Épidémiologie 3 (coordonatrice)

Intérêts professionnels / domaines de recherche

  • Distribution spatiale et temporelle de la campylobactériose en lien avec l’agro-environnement.
  • Importance des différents réservoirs et vecteurs dans l’épidémiologie de la fièvre Q.
  • Distribution spatiale des maladies zoonotiques ou d’intérêt vétérinaire et aspects méthodologiques reliés.

Publications

Rechercher dans PubMed

Rocheleau JP, Arsenault J, Lindsay LR, DiBernardo A, Kulkarni MA, Côté N, Michel P. Eastern equine encephalitis: high seroprevalence in horses of southern Quebec, Canada, Vector-Borne Zoonosis, 2013, sous presse.

Arsenault J, Michel P, Berke O, Ravel A, Gosselin P. How to choose geographical units in ecological studies: proposal and application to campylobacteriosis. Spatial and Saptio-temporal Epidemiology, 2013, sous presse.

Fecteau G, Arsenault J, Van Metre DC, Holmberg CA, Smith BP, Paré J. Prediction of serum IgG concentration using indirect techniques with adjustment for age, clinical, and laboratory covariates in critically ill newborn calves. Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research. 2013, 77(2), 89-94.

Fidisoa T. Rasambainarivo FT, Gillespie TR, Wright PC, Arsenault J, Villeneuve A, Lair S. Survey of Giardia and Cryptosporidium in lemurs from the Ranomafana National.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 2013, 49(3); 741-743.

Arsenault J, Berke O, Michel P, Ravel A, Gosselin P. Environmental and demographic risk factors for campylobacteriosis: do various geographical scales tell the same story?International Journal of Health Geographics, 2012, 12, 318.

Bachand N, Ravel A, Onanga R, Arsenault J, Gonzalez JP. Public Health Significance of Zoonotic Bacterial Pathogens from Bushmeat Sold in Urban Markets of Gabon, Central Africa. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 2012, 48(3), 785-789.

Lambert ME, Arsenault J, Poljak Z, D’Allaire S. Correlation among genetic, Euclidean, temporal, and herd ownership distances of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus strains in Quebec, Canada. BMC Veterinary Research, 2012, 8, 76.

Arsenault J, Michel P, Berke O, Ravel A, Gosselin P. Environmental characteristics associated with campylobacteriosis: accounting for the effect of age and season. Epidemiology and Infection, 2012, 140(2), 311-322.

Lambert ME, Poljak Z, Arsenault J, D’Allaire S.  Epidemiological investigations in regard to porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) in Quebec, Canada. Part 1: biosecurity practices and their geographical distribution in two areas of different swine density. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2012, 104(1-2), 74-84.

Lambert ME, Arsenault J, Poljak Z, , D’Allaire S. Epidemiological investigations in regard to porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) in Quebec, Canada. Part 2: prevalence and risk factors in breeding sites. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2012, 104(1-2), 84-93.

Arsenault J, Ravel A, Michel P, Berke O, Gosselin P. Do patients with recurrent episodes of campylobacteriosis differ from those with a single disease event? BMC Public Health, 2011, 11(32), 9 p.

Arsenault J, Dubreuil P, Higgins R, Bélanger D. Risk factors and impacts of clinical and subclinical mastitis in commercial meat-producing sheep flocks in Quebec, Canada. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2008, 87(3-4), 373-393.

Arsenault J, Letellier A, Quessy S, Normand V, Boulianne M. Prevalence and risk factors for Salmonella spp. and Campylobacter spp. caecal colonization in broiler chicken and turkey flocks slaughtered in Quebec, Canada. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2007, 81(4), 250-264.

Arsenault J, Letellier A, Quessy S, Boulianne M. Prevalence and risk factors for Salmonella spp. and Campylobacter spp. carcass contamination in broiler chickens slaughtered in Quebec, Canada. Journal of Food Protection, 2007, 70(8), 1820-1828.

Arsenault J, Letellier A, Quessy S, Morin J-P, Boulianne M. Prevalence and risk factors for Salmonella spp. and Campylobacter spp. carcass contamination in turkeys slaughtered in Quebec, Canada. Journal of Food Protection, 2007, 70(6), 1350-1359.

Dubreuil P, Arsenault J, Bélanger D. Biochemistry reference ranges for groups of ewes of different ages. Veterinary Record, 2005, 156(20), 636-638.

Arsenault J, Girard C, Dubreuil P, Bélanger D. Lack of evidence of  Brucella ovis infection in rams in Quebec. Canadian Veterinary Journal, 2004.  45(4), p.312-314

Arsenault J, Dubreuil P, Girard C, Simard C, Bélanger D. Maedi-visna impact on productivity in Quebec sheep flocks (Canada). Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2003, 59(3), 125-137

Arsenault J, Girard C, Dubreuil P, Daignault D, Galarneau JR, Boisclair J, Simard C, Bélanger D, Prevalence of and carcass condemnation from maedi‑visna, paratuberculosis and caseous lymphadenitis in culled sheep from Quebec, Canada. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2003 59(1-2), 67-81

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