Corine Mizrahi


Corine is the project manager for CNODES since its creation. She holds a BCom from the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University. Having focused her studies in organizational behavior, marketing, and psychology, she delved into the world of project management leading various projects, researches, conferences, and events in the fields of medicine and management at McGill University. Prior to CNODES, together with her team, she created and designed the McGill Health Challenge Think Tanks, a high-caliber event that welcomed experts in the fields of medicine and management from around the world, including Nobel Prize Laureates and high-ranking government officials, to tackle current issues requiring the convergence of both fields. Following this path, she then became the project manager for McGill’s World Platform for Health and Economic Convergence (MWP), a unique initiative addressing pressing global issues linked to economics and health. In 2011, she joined the CNODES team as the Project Manager. Having joined CNODES from its very beginnings, Corine was greatly involved in the development and refinement of the infrastructure built as the backbone of this network of over 100 Canadian researchers. She has since been involved in all aspects of policy and procedure development, communication strategies, conference and event planning, and acts as a key liaison between the various members of CNODES and their stakeholders.