Pr. Ayotte obtained her M.Sc. (1978) and Ph.D. (1983) degrees in Organic Chemistry (Photochemistry) from the Université de Montréal. Following two years of postdoctoral studies in mass spectrometry at the "INRS-Santé", she joined as a research associate its Doping Control Laboratory. Her main research interests were then the characterization of the urinary metabolites of anabolic steroids and this lead to the development of a comprehensive gas chromatographic/mass spectrometric method for the detection and identification of anabolic agents.
She is responsible for the Doping Control Laboratory since 1991 and was research associate professor since 1992. She is a member of the IAAF doping Commission since 1995, of the IOC Working Group on Harmonization of Laboratory protocols (1996-...) and was elected representative of the Heads of IOC Accredited Laboratories in 1995-1996. She is often requested to act as an expert for sport administrative, civil or criminal court hearings and arbitration in Canada, USA and Europe.
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Contribution à l’éthique dans le sport
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