We design algorithms to study the properties of structural and mutational landscape of RNA and Proteins. Applications of these techniques range from evolutionary to synthetic biology studies.
We develop computational tools to simulate folding dynamics and assembly of large biomolecular systems. Our research interests includes the analysis of Amyloid fibrils involved in diabetes and neurodegenerative disorders.
Computer games are not just fun, they also provide us an amazing tools to harness the computational power of crowds on the web. We develop video games to solve hard problems in genomics, and analyze their theoretical performance.
Graduate Research Trainee (supervisor Jason Wong).
M.Sc. student (co-supervision with Jackie Vogel). Evolution of molecular systems.
Our lab is located at the third floor of the Trottier Building:
(Laboratory) 3630 University Street, Room 3106, Montreal QC
(Mailing address) 3480 University Street, Room 318, McConnell Engineering Bldg, Montreal QC H3A 0E9
(Phone) +1 514 398 5018
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