Christina St-Onge is a Professor in the Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, and scientist at the Center for Health Sciences Education, Université de Sherbrooke. She completed her PhD in Measurement and Assessment in 2007 at the Université Laval and she completed a post-doctorate fellowship at the Medical Council of Canada. She has held the Paul Grand’Maison de la Societé des Médecins de l’Université de Sherbrooke Research Chair in Medical Education since 2009. While her research program stems from a psychometric perspective; she likes to draw outside the traditional psychometric lines when tackling issues of assessment, measurement, and validity. Her program of research comprises studies with focuses on the quantification and the consequences of various validity conceptualizations on the development of assessment and programmatic assessment, assessment as leverage for learning, and the integration of Information and Communication Technologies to assessment practices.