Dr. Danielle Rouleau is an associate professor and director of the residency program at the Université de Montréal and a research investigator at the Centre hospitaler de l’Université de Montréal.

She completed her undergraduate degree at the Université de Montréal, majoring in anthropology. She then went on to complete her master’s degree in microbiology and immunology and her Doctor of Medicine, both at the Université de Montréal.

Dr. Rouleau’s research interests include primary HIV infection, HIV-HCV co-infection, and HIV-HPV co-infection.

She has been involved in five CTN studies, spanning three research cores. She is a co-investigator for CTN 286: TriiAdd Study and CTN 222: Canadian co-infection cohort in the Co-infections and Concurrent Diseases core, CTN 247: Canadian cohort of HIV+ slow progressors and CTN 257: Impact of HIV on mucosa in the Vaccines and Immunotherapies core, and CTN 254: Inflammation as a predictor of HIV disease progression in the Clinical Management Science core. She has also contributed to several CTN research publications.