Dr. Guillaume Lhermie, DVM, MSc, PhD
Director, Simpson Centre
E [email protected]
Production Animal Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine/ vet.ucalgary.ca
Simpson Centre Advisory Council
Simpson Centre Scientific Committee
Dr. Lhermie joined the University of Calgary from the University of Toulouse, where he was Associate Professor in Animal Health and Veterinary Public Health Economics. He also held an Adjunct Assistant Professor position at Cornell University for two years. A veterinarian by training, he also holds an MSc in Economics and a PhD in Pharmaco-epidemiology and Innovation.
Dr. Lhermie’s research interests include Planetary Health and Infectious Diseases challenges, the economics of antimicrobial use and resistance at the farm, supply chains, and global levels, and sustainability challenges. He serves as an expert in animal health economics for international organizations, national agencies and NGOs. Dr. Lhermie strives to inform policymakers, helping them to design sound, resilient policies.