Marie Dumont, Ph.D.

Department of Psychiatry, Université de Montréal
Researcher, CARSM
514-338-2222, ext. 2246
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Post-doctorate in Human Chronobiology (Harvard University, Boston)
Ph.D. in Neuroscience (Université de Montréal)
M.Sc. in Experimental Psychology (Université Laval, Quebec City)

Research Interests:
Adaptation to night work; chronotypes (morning and evening types) and delayed timing of the sleep-wake schedule; effects of light exposure on circadian rhythms, sleep and vigilance; circadian rhythms and sleep-wake cycle in various medical conditions (traumatic brain injury, COPD).

Field and laboratory studies; ambulatory measures of light exposure and rest-activity cycle (actigraphy); measure of non-visual sensitivity to light and of melatonin production; controlled light exposure.

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Chosen Publications:

Van der Maren S, Moderie C, Duclos C, Paquet J, Daneault V, Dumont M. Daily profiles of light exposure and evening use of light-emitting devices in young adults complaining of a delayed sleep schedule. Journal of Biological Rhythms, 2018; 33(2): 192-202.

Moderie C, Van der Maren S, Dumont M. Circadian phase, dynamics of subjective sleepiness and sensitivity to blue light in young adults complaining of a delayed sleep schedule. Sleep Medicine, 2017; 34:148-155.

Dumont M, Paquet J. Progressive decrease of melatonin production over consecutive days of simulated night work. Chronobiology International, 2014; 31:1231-1238.

Dumont M, Lanctôt V, Cadieux-Viau R, Paquet J. Melatonin production and light exposure of rotating night workers. Chronobiology International, 2012; 29:203-210.

Dumont M, Blais H, Roy J, Paquet J. Controlled patterns of daytime light exposure improve circadian adjustment in simulated night work. Journal of Biological Rhythms, 2009; 24:427-437.