University of Calgary

Gabriel Fabreau

  • Assistant Professor
  • Full Time Faculty

Profile

Dr. Gabriel Fabreau is an Assistant Professor and new investigator in his first year of an academic appointment in the Departments of Medicine and Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary after 2 years in a clinical role. He completed an MPH in Clinical Effectiveness at the Harvard School of Public Health and an academic fellowship in General Internal Medicine at Harvard Medical School and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA. He has methodological expertise in clinical and public health research with a particular focus on the health of socially vulnerable populations, complex chronic disease and high-needs patient populations. 

Dr. Fabreau's clinical practice as a general internist focuses on caring for socially vulnerable populations, specifically as an inpatient internist at the Peter Lougheed Centre as well as an embedded consultant within the Mosaic Refugee Health Clinic (MRHC), the East Calgary Health Centre, and the Calgary Urban Project Society (CUPS). This focus provides clinical expertise and perspective with respect to healthcare delivery for recently arrived refugees as well as low-income and homeless patients. 

Dr. Fabreau's research program is primarily embedded within primary healthcare, community organizations and non-profit organizations and aims to develop innovations in healthcare delivery that address both health, healthcare delivery and upstream social determinants of health for socially vulnerable populations. 

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Curriculum Vitae

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