Bioinformatics & Cancer Research

Our lab is affiliated to the Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer (IRIC) at the Université de Montréal (UdeM). Our multidisciplinary team develops bioinformatics tools and analysis pipelines, and leverages machine learning and other computational approaches to analyze omics data such as transcriptomic, chemogenomic, and proteomic data. Through fundamental, translational and clinical research, we help improve cancer treatment.

Latest News

IRIC is launching the 2024 edition of its recruitment competition for master's or doctoral degrees.

By submitting your application, you will have the chance to be invited to participate in 3 days of activities at IRIC, on the campus of the University of Montreal, from June 5 to 7, 2024.

PREMIER program: the Lemieux lab offers an internship project

The Lemieux Laboratory has submitted an internship offer in the PREMIER Program bank. The offer is titled Establishment of a new neural network approach to characterize small molecules for drug development. We invite any undergraduate student from a program at the Faculty of Medicine of the Université de Montréal interested to join the laboratory for the summer of 2024 to apply to the program! It is possible to access the registration site via this link.

Ann-Sophie Gironne presents a poster during the 12th Pharmaceutical Research Meeting of the Faculty of Pharmacy (UdeM)

Ann-Sophie Gironne presented her research work on the identification of transposable elements induced by chemotherapy in triple-negative breast cancer.

Carl Munoz obtains his accelerated passage to the PhD

Carl Munoz is officially undertaking his PhD in bioinformatics, via an accelerated transition from the Master’s degree, in the Lemieux Laboratory. Congratulations Carl!