Dr. Amélie Quesnel-Vallée

Associate Professor, Canada Research Chair in Policies and Health Inequalities; Director, McGill Observatory on Health and Social Services Reforms, McGill University

Health, Health care, Public policy, Sociology, Social inequalities in health, Health services research, Population health, Social demography, Policy analysis


Epidemiologist says Quebec's plan to boost testing is a good idea

Continued physical distancing may be harder to enforce in Quebec than elsewhere, survey

Well Week 2020 aims to promote student health

Quebec government gearing up to face income inequality head on

Strength in numbers: Data-driven decision-making for aging societies

Quebecers open to more private health services: poll


Amélie Quesnel-Vallée is a medical sociologist and a social demographer with postdoctoral training in social epidemiology. Her research examines the contribution of social policies to the development of social inequalities in health over the lifecourse. With funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation and the Canadian Institutes for Health Research, she currently studies the impact of public coverage and private health insurance regulation on general and mental health in select OECD countries.


  • Health
  • Health care
  • Public policy
  • Sociology
  • Social inequalities in health
  • Health services research
  • Population health
  • Social demography
  • Policy analysis