Dr. Roger LeBlanc is the co-founder of the OPUS clinic in Montreal and an assistant professor at McGill University.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry and a medical degree from McGill University. He then completed a two-year residency in internal medicine and a two-year residency in infectious diseases at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal.

Dr. LeBlanc has managed a clinical practice with a large urban community with people living with HIV, LGBTQ patients, and patients with hepatitis B and C.

His main areas of research are the primary and tertiary care of people with HIV, sexually transmitted infections, disease prevention, and harm reduction through lifestyle modifications, and the long-term safety of drug therapy. Going forward, much of his research interest lies in addiction medicine, medical care for transgendered persons, and the screening and treatment of hepatitis C.

He has contributed to numerous CTN research publications.