We are a computational systems biology laboratory based in the Department of Biochemistry at the Université de Montréal. Our research interests center on understanding how the cell as a system maintains protein homeostasis.
We develop and apply computational and systems biology methodology to discover and dissect - across scales from the sequence to the network level - principles of successful protein homeostasis in health, and causes for failure or dysregulation of protein homeostasis in diseases linked to protein misfolding.
|Sept 2019:||Congratulations to Yasmine for publishing her MSc thesis research in PNAS!|
|June 2019:||Sebastian presents on the computational modeling of eukaryotic protein homeostasis at the PRinCE Canada Proteostasis Symposium in Toronto.|
We are actively recruiting at all levels to expand the lab! Find out more about current opportunities here.