MAHNOOR AND NILOY PRESENT THEIR FIRST JOURNAL CLUB!
Mahnoor and Niloy have presented an interesting saturation mutagenesis
strategy with prime editing
Here is the paper they presented at our journal club:
Saturation variant interpretation using CRISPR prime editing, published in BioRxiv.
ORLÉNA PRESENTS A BASE EDITING PAPER AT OUR WEEKLY JOURNAL CLUB
Orléna has presented an interesting base editing paper in our journal club series
Great discussion around a new interesting base editor!
JEREMIE PRESENTS PRIME EDITING PAPERS AT OUR WEEKLY JOURNAL CLUB
Jérémie has presented exciting prime editing papers in our journal
Here are the three papers discussed at our journal club:
in Nature Biotechnology.
Precise genomic deletions using paired prime editing, published in BioRxiv.
ORLENA SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDED HER MASTER!
Caps off to Orléna for her graduation with honors!
Orléna has graduated with her French Master's degree. She received the honors "Mention Bien"! This is a remarkable achievement for your hard work and perseverance! The laboratory is proud of you.
Congratulations on your very well-deserved success, Orléna!
JEREMIE JOINS THE LAB!
We are excited to announce that Dr. Fages has joined our lab as a Postdoc!
Jérémie has completed his Ph.D. in Toulouse, France in the laboratory of Dr. Didier Trouche/Dr. Yvan Canitrot where he studied the mechanisms that maintain genomic integrity. He published an exciting discovery about the role of JMJD6 in the maintenance of ribosomal DNA integrity in response to DNA damage: Read his article.
In the lab, Jérémie is interested in studying the mechanisms that regulate the DNA damage response using modern genome editing technologies!
Welcome to the lab, Jérémie!
PIERRE IS PRESENTING AT THE CANADA INNOVATES 2021 ORGANIZED BY NEB!
The inaugural Canada Innovates will be held on June 16, 2021!
Pierre will be speaking at the first Canada Innovates presented by NEB! He will present a new detection platform recently developed for rapid routine COVID-19 variant diagnostics!
MAHNOOR AND NILOY JOIN THE LAB FOR THE SUMMER!
We are excited to announce that Mahnoor Khan and Niloy Nath have started their summer research experience in the lab!
Mahnoor was a 4th-year Biological science student at the University of Calgary. Niloy was in the final year of his undergraduate degree in the Bachelor of Health Sciences Program at McMaster University. Mahnoor and Niloy will be with us for 4 months!
Welcome, Mahnoor and Niloy!
Orléna got her first amazing result!
The lab is up and running! Important experiments are under way. Keep posted for some great news from Orléna's inventions in the lab!
THE ARNIE CHARBONNEAU CANCER INSTITUTE WELCOMES OUR LAB
Pierre was interviewed by the Charbonneau Cancer Institute
Learn more about what it was like for him to move to Calgary during a pandemic and what his lab, The Genome Stability and Editing Laboratory, will focus on in the years ahead.
ORLÉNA JOINS THE LAB
We are excited to announce that Orléna Benamozig has joined the lab as an International Visiting Student Researcher!
Orléna is currently completing her Master in a top-rated Biotechnology Master program in France. She is joining the lab to develop innovative new technologies. Stay posted to learn more about her future inventions!
Welcome to the lab, Orléna!
LOU JOINS THE LAB
We are excited to announce that Lou Baudrier has joined the lab as a Lab Manager!
Lou was previously at the prestigious The Rockefeller University where she studied the metabolism of cancer cells. She has published several high impact articles in Nature, Nature Cell Biology, Cell Metabolism, PNAS and Science Advances!
With her leadership and managerial skills, Lou will manage the lab and help students and postdocs.
Lou will also use her important scientific skills and knowledge to tackle important questions related to the link between cellular metabolism and DNA repair using modern genome editing technologies!
Welcome to the lab, Lou!
THE LAB IS NOW OPEN!
The lab is open! See the opportunities to join us.
PIERRE WILL PRESENT AT THE SOCIAL DNAing
Pierre has been invited to present, as a "Rising Star" to the Social DNAing
Pierre will present the lab's recent innovation at the Social DNAing. More information how how to register and attend here.
A NOVEL TECHNOLOGY TO DETECT GENOMIC SIGNATURES
Our recent work is published in Cell Reports! We have developed a novel detection method to detect genomic signatures in model systems and samples from cancer patients to determine the resistance to their treatments. Read the article.