Appointments to IURDPM: Camille Eric Kouam and Patricia Jelenic | Clinical research coordinator position

IURDPM direction pleased to announce the appointment of two new clinical research coordinators.


Camille Eric Kouam


  • Clinical research coordinator, one-year surplus.
  • Support for research coordination, support for the ministerial mandate on caregivers for people living with ID-TSA-DP and other cross-functional mandates.


Eric holds a doctorate in medicine from the University of Bangui and a master’s degree in public health from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. He has worked as a team leader and consultant on international health projects, notably for Unicef and the World Food Program. His mandates have mainly concerned the planning, implementation and analysis of programs and policies in multi-organizational contexts.
The IURDPM team is proud to welcome a member with such skills!

Contact Camille Éric by e-mail :


Patricia Jelenic


  • Clinical research coordinator for the sensory-language niche, permanent position.
  • Act as liaison between research teams and clinical programs in sensory-language, support scientific life at the Raymond-Dewar and Lucie-Bruneau pavilions.


Patricia holds a Master’s degree in psychology, specializing in experimental neuropsychology. She has extensive research experience, including over twenty years as a research officer and project coordinator at Hôpital Rivière-des-Prairies. Her career path has led her to support basic science and clinical research projects, accompany research students, organize a scientific event and collaborate with stakeholders to set up a clinical database.

The entire IURDPM sensory-language community is delighted to welcome Patricia!

Contact Patricia by e-mail :