Our team brings together human resources experts and PhDs. We understand your requirements in high-level scientific skills
- and we know how to find them
Matthieu Lafon, PhD
Matthieu holds a PhD in cognitive psychology. He worked for three years in a renowned French company in the energy sector, after which he co-founded Adoc Talent Management, in 2008. Head of the strategic and international development, recruitment consultant and training consultant for Adoc, he was also nominated AERES (now HCERES) expert to assess French graduate schools.
Managing Director - Americas
Thomas holds an MBA degree from Kedge Business School and has worked in various management and business development positions. After holding a strategic position within a human resources consulting firm in Montreal, he joined the Montreal office of Adoc Talent Management. He's involved in business development, account and project management as well as headhunting missions.
Bahare Samadi, PhD
Consultant in research, training and recruitment
Bahare holds a PhD in biomedical engineering focused on the biomechanics of human motion from Polytechnique Montreal. She has expertise in developing machine learning algorithms applied to pediatric rehabilitation. Being fully cognizant of the challenges that PhD holders face in their transition from university to other sectors, she joined Adoc Talent Management to make this journey more efficient for both recruiters and candidates. She works as a consultant in research, training, and recruitment.
Currently a student at ESSCA Angers, Claire has a strong attraction for human resources & recruitment since a first internship in this sector in the Netherlands, last year. She hopes to be able to continue her studies by turning to a Master's in Human Resources & Talent Management next year and thus specialize in career and talent management thereafter. In the meantime, she works as a recruitment consultant within the Montreal team of Adoc Talent Management in order to continue her skills development.
Martin holds a PhD in English from the University of Toronto and has been Professor of English Literature at McGill University since 2007. He held numerous administrative and educational roles at the University of Western Ontario from 1986 to 2007, and then became Professor Emeritus until 2015. He has been creating, developing and presenting graduate training courses since 2005. He is a regular speaker at international conferences dedicated to higher education and provides scientific consulting services for Adoc.
Alexandre Lehmann, PhD
Alexandre is a researcher in cognitive neuroscience, assistant professor at McGill University. He was president of an association dedicated to cognitive science research, and worked for four years as a post-doctoral researcher in Canada and Mexico. Aware of the current challenge represented by the pursuit of a career after the doctorate, he regularly intervenes to raise awareness among academic actors on this subject. He carries out scientific advisory missions for Adoc.
Prof. Martin Kreiswirth
After obtaining my baccalaureate, I pursued a University Diploma of Technology in Business and Administration Management, with a specialization in Human Resources Management. I then went on to a bachelor year with a specialization in marketing and sales. Then I joined the Grande Ecole Program at Rennes School of Business to complete my master's degree. After having obtained my first year of master and carrying out an academic exchange in Finland. I am continuing my studies with a gap year, in order to build skills in the field of human resources and more particularly in recruitment. I therefore wish to continue my last year of master towards the International Human Resource Management master.