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

Lemieux Laboratory will participate in the 32nd Conference on ISMB

Several students from the Lemieux laboratory will present their research work as part of the 32nd conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB). The conference will be held from July 12 to 16 in Montreal: come see the posters of our students! To learn more about the work that will be presented there, continue reading.

Caroline Labelle successfully defends her doctoral thesis

Congratulations to Dr. Caroline Labelle for successfully completing her thesis defense! Her thesis, entitled Development of an analyzing process for dose-response experiments by Bayesian inference and its application to large datasets, will be available shortly in the Papyrus system of UdeM.

Nicolas Jacquin and Ann-Sophie Gironne represent Laboratoire Lemieux during the IRIC 2024 recruitment competition

Nicolas Jacquin and Ann-Sophie Gironne presented the current research work of the Lemieux Laboratory on June 5, during the edition 2024 of the IRIC student recruitment competition. They were able to discuss with potential future graduate students, who had come from the four corners of the earth to visit IRIC.

Carl Munoz presents is work at GLBIO 2024

Carl Munoz gave a presentation on using deep learning diffusion models for denoising of low-depth RNA-seq data at this year Great Lakes Bioinformatics Conference (GLBIO). GLBIO is organized by the Great Lakes Bioinformatics Consortium to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of research findings and methods.