Dr. Tlili Barhoumi
Dr. Tlili Barhoumi obtained his academia and Ph.D. in Health Science, Human Movement Science, McGill University (Canada) and Avignon University (France) 2011, a Master degree in Health Science Technology, FC University, France, 2007 and Bachelor degree in Health science technology, FC University, France, 2006. He obtained a master degree in physical education from ISSEP University (Tunisia) 2002 and bachelor degree in experimental science (LTAS Tunisia).
Previously a postdoctoral researcher in cardiovascular biology studying the role of immune system in hypertension and vascular diseases, McGill University from 2011-2016 and a Research Associate in Lady Davis Institute, McGill University 2016-2018 studying the role of T cells in the cancer microenvironments. He obtained several grants and prices from international societies and universities and has more than 30 peer-reviewed publications and 96 scientific posts.
Dr. Tlili research interest focuses on the implication of adaptive and innate immunity in Hypertension and cardiovascular diseases (Atherosclerosis, Hypertension, and vascular biology, Metabolic/Nutritional Physiology, Diabetes), Exercise Physiology, Cancer (role of T cells in cancer microenvironment) and animal experimental studies.