Carrière, Julie


Director - INREST

President of the CIRSIP 2019 organizational committee

ing. M.Sc.A., Ph.D.


Dr Carrière holds a degree in chemical engineering (1989) and completed a Masters’ degree (1991) and a PhD in chemical engineering (1997) at the Université de Sherbrooke. She has over 29 years’ experience in the fields of environment and occupational health. During her career, she lead numerous research and consultancy projects. She also lead an environmental analysis laboratory accredited by the Centre d’expertise en environnement du Québec, and where she was the Quality Manager for 12 years.

During her career, Dr Carrière has collaborated with numerous researchers from different Canadian and international universities, including Université Laval, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi, Université du Québec à Rimouski, Université de Montréal, among others. Since 1994, Dr Carrière contributed to training and supervising over one hundred young professionals in the field of biology, chemistry, engineering, microbiology, laboratory technique, occupational health and industrial hygiene. She has published and presented her work at multiple conferences. Dr Carrière is also an Associate Professor at Université Laval and at Université du Québec à Chicoutimi.

Since 2013, she has been managing the Institut Nordique de Recherche en Environnement et en Santé au Travail (INREST - Northern Institute for Environment and Occupational Health Research), which she co-founded. Dr Carrière was entrusted with managing and implementing an environmental observatory in the Bay of Sept-Iles - one of the largest environmental monitoring projects, at a provincial and pan-Canadian level. She is also a representative of the Port of Sept-Iles and the City of Sept-Iles on the executive committee of the pan-Canadian CHONe II project, that brings together 11 Canadian universities. As part of this project, she takes part in planning, coordinating and carrying out CHONe II’s research projects in the Sept-Iles area. 


(Source : INREST)



Talk: Implementation of an environmental observatory in the Sept-Iles industrial port zone (May 28)