Caroline Labelle first experimented with bioinformatics during an internship at IRIC under the supervision of Dr. Sébastien Lemieux during which she developed myCircos, a web-based tool for data visualization. Following this internship, Caroline undertook graduate studies aimed at developing methodologies for the analysis of cellular responses to chemical compounds, under the supervision of both Drs. Sébastien Lemieux and Anne Marinier. To learn more about Caroline’s project, follow this link.
Caroline is committed to the promotion of science and the place of women in it. She is a teaching assistant for various courses in the BSc in Bioinformatics, as well as being involved in the AÉBINUM and a volunteer for the Projet SEUR.
Caroline obtained her Master’s degree in October 2018 under the supervision of Sébastien Lemieux. His dissertation focused on Methodology for the analysis of screening data: application to the study of acute myeloid leukemia. Caroline’s dissertation is accessible via the [Papyrus de l’UdeM] platform (https://papyrus.bib.umontreal.ca/xmlui/handle/1866/21358).
PhD in Bioinformatics, in progress
Université de Montréal, Canada
MSc in Bioinformatics, 2018
Université de Montréal
BSc in Computer Science & Biology, 2016