Using multi-species functional maps to improve our understanding of non-coding DNA and the impact of transposable elements on transcription regulation.
Developing novel methods to detect high impact structural variants even in challenging regions of the genome.
Providing services in computational genomics, high throughput data analytics, and biomedical software development.
About the lab
The goal of the lab is to understand mammalian genomes using comparative genomic and epigenomic analyses.
The lab is currently recruiting post docs and graduate students.
A group from @mcgillu and @UofT has put together resources to help connect researchers, policy makers, and members of the public who want to get involved in the fight against COVID-19 (@COVID_19_Canada). Check it out: covid19resources.ca @MoriartyLab @guilbourque
The lab is currently recruiting postdocs and graduate students.
Background in programming or statistics is a must and experience in quantitative biology is a plus.
If you are interested please email your CV and the outline of a research project.