Dr. Louis-Jacques Cartier

Clinical Department Head

Department of Laboratory Medicine/Pathology

Moncton Area


Dr. Louis-Jacques Cartier is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (Medical Biochemistry). He received his medical degree from Université Laval in 1994 and his PhD from Washington State University.

While at The Moncton Hospital, Dr. Cartier has published several papers in medical journals, including the Journal of Canadian Family Physicians, Canadian Journal of Diabetes and Clinical Biochemistry.

  • FRCPC in Medical Biochemistry, 1999
  • Doctor of Medicine – Université Laval, 1994
  • PhD in Exercise Physiology – Washington State University, 1981

  • Cartier L-J, St-Coeur S, Robin A, Lagace Mathieu, Douville P. Impact of the Martin/Hopkins modified equation for estimating LDL-C on lipid target attainment in a high risk patient population. Clin Biochem 2020;76:35-37
  • Cartier L-J, Collins C, Lagace M, Douville P. Comparaison of fasting and non-fasting lipid profiles in a large cohort of patients presenting at a community hospital. Clin Biochem. 2018;52:61-66
  • Cartier L-J, Collins C, Lagace M, Douville P.  The effect of Triglyceride concentration on attainment of lipid targets in patients with diabetes. Can J Diabetes 2017;41:380-384
  • Docherty P, Landry A, Ouellette S, Cartier L-J, Robinson B. Causes and outcomes of markedly elevated levels of C-reactive protein. Can Fam Physician 2017;63:e316-23)
  • Yan R, Tarr H, McNally M, Cartier L-J.   Interference of gadolinium-based contrast agents on colorimetric calcium assays Clin Biochem 2014;47(7-8):648-653

  • Diabetes
  • Obesity