Dr. Mary Lou Baxter

Dr. Baxter is a dermatologist associated with Dalhousie University and the Capital District Health Authority (CDHA) in Halifax. Along with Dr. Delisle, she directs the gynaecolology-dermatology clinic at the Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre. She has collaborated with Dr. Rosen since 2010 on studies of women’s sexuality.  

Dr. Sophie Bergeron

Dr. Bergeron is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the Université de Montréal. Her research focuses on the diagnosis, etiology, and treatment of gynecological pain, in particular dyspareunia. Dr. Bergeron has continued collaborating with Dr. Rosen since Dr. Rosen completed her post-doctoral work under her mentorship in 2012.  

Dr. Jill Chorney

Dr. Jill MacLaren Chorney is an Assistant Professor of Anesthesia at Dalhousie University and a Clinical Psychologist with the Complex Pain Team at the IWK Health Centre. Dr. Chorney’s research interests are in the areas of perioperative care and psychosocial influences on children’s acute and chronic pain. Dr. Chorney collaborates with Dr. Rosen in the […]

Dr. Isabelle Delisle

Dr. Delisle is an obstetrician/gynaecologist associated with Dalhousie University and the IWK Health Centre in Halifax.  Along with Dr. Baxter, she directs the gynaecolology-dermatology clinic at the Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre. She has collaborated with Dr. Rosen since 2010 on studies of women’s sexuality.  

Dr. Ron George

Dr. Ronald George is Associate Professor of Anesthesia at Dalhousie University and a staff anesthesiologist in the Department of Women’s & Obstetric Anesthesia at the IWK Health Centre. His areas of clinical and research interest include labour & postoperative analgesia, complications and side effects of neuraxial anesthesia and airway management. Dr. George collaborates with Dr. […]

Dr. Emily Impett

Dr. Impett is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto-Mississauga. Her research focuses on how close relationships influence our happiness and well-being. For example, in one line of research, she examines how an approach-avoidance motivational perspective can help us to understand why some relationships are successful while others falter […]

Dr. Sheila MacNeil

Sheila MacNeil, PhD, is a registered clinical psychologist and sex therapist.  She works at Dalhousie University’s Counselling and Psychological Services.  She also teaches and conducts research part-time in the Psychology Department at Saint Mary’s University in the areas of sexual relationships and satisfaction, sexual dysfunction, and communication. Dr. MacNeil began collaborating with Dr. Rosen in […]

Dr. Erna Snelgrove-Clarke

Dr. Erna Snelgrove-Clarke is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing at Dalhousie University and a staff nurse at the Birth Unit and Prenatal Special Care Unit at the IWK Health Centre. Her research focuses on the identification of successful strategies for the implementation of evidence in Women’s and Maternal Health. Her area of […]

Alex Anderson

I received my BSc (Honours) from Mount Allison University in 2012, and recently completed my first year in the MSc Clinical Psychology program at Acadia University. Prior to my graduate studies, my position as research coordinator for Dr. Natalie Rosen (September 2012 – August 2013) established my interest in the field of sexual health and […]

Laura Lambe

Laura volunteered in our lab from 2011 until 2014.