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Behind the Scenes: Cancer Research

For World Cancer Day, the IRIC is hosting a Scientific outreach event organized by its students. The event will take place on February 7, from 6pm to 9pm at the IRIC Agora. For the occasion, 16 next-generation Investigators will discuss science in a friendly atmosphere. It is a unique opportunity to learn more about the […]

Cancer: hope and challenges

For World Cancer Day, the IRIC is hosting a Breakfast-chat revolving around the Leucegene Project. The event will take place on February 4, from 7am to 9am at the IRIC Agora. This project’s mission is to develop tools that will help improve the prognosis of cancer patients.  For the occasion, four speakers and Investigators at […]

Fall 2018 Competition – IRIC Travel Awards Recipients

The objective of the competition is to encourage IRIC M.Sc. and Ph.D. students, as well as postdoctoral fellows, to participate in major scientific congresses taking place outside the province of Quebec.   Amira Bencherif Lab: Delphine Bouilly Title of the presentation: Design of Nanocarbon Electronic Devices for Single-Molecule Measurements Meeting: APS March Meeting 2019 Location: […]

Fall 2018 Competition – IRIC Master and Doctoral Awards Recipients

Congratulations to the IRIC Master and Doctoral Awards Recipients of the Fall 2018 Competition! The objective of the competition is to support IRIC student who have an excellent academic and research records, but do no benefit from substantial scholarship.   M.Sc. Scholarships Anouk Béraud; Lab: Delphine Bouilly; Program: Physics Leanna Canapi*; Lab: Sylvie Mader; Program: Molecular Biology Shirisha […]

Sébastien Lemieux appointed Associate Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine of the Faculty of Medicine of the Université de Montréal

The IRIC is proud to announce the appointment of Sébastien Lemieux to the position of Associate Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine of the Faculty of Medicine of the Université de Montréal. Sébastien is a Principal Investigator at the IRIC, where he is in charge of the Functional and Structural Bioinformatics research […]

One step closer to developing a therapeutic cancer vaccine

The most recent discovery of Dr. Claude Perreault and his team, as explained in Science Translational Medicine magazine By Krystel Vincent, Research Associate, and Céline Laumont, Ph. D. student, part of Claude Perreault’s laboratory   “Having revealed the existence of several non-mutated tumor-specific antigens in seven human samples, including 4 leukemias, our study provides us […]

Renewal Michael Tyers’ Canada Research Chair

On November 13th, the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, announced, at the University of Toronto, a significant investment in the Canada Research Chairs Program (CRCP). For the occasion, many new research chairs and the renewal of several others were announced. Michael Tyers, Principal Investigator at the IRIC and Professor at the Faculty […]

Pierre Thibault, recipient of the 2018 Prix ACFAS Urgel-Archambault

As part of the 74th Gala of the Association francophone pour le savoir (ACFAS), Pierre Thibault, Principal Investigator at the IRIC, received the 2018 Prix ACFAS Urgel-Archambault. The award recognizes the excellence and scope of his work in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science and engineering. Pierre Thibault is in charge of the Proteomics […]

Shaping a cellular nucleus after mitosis: summary of the article co-signed by Vincent Archambault’s team in the Journal of Cell Biology

Recent research at IRIC helps better understand how the cellular nucleus reassembles after mitosis. In eukaryotes, chromosomes are contained in a nucleus delineated by the nuclear envelope. This membrane is composed of two lipid bilayers associated with proteins that play structural roles and control exchanges between the nucleus and the cytoplasm. In animals including humans, […]

Teamwork is key for cancer-fighting proteins

The mechanisms that orchestrate the functions of our bodies and keep us healthy are quite complex, involving critical molecular components that are still poorly understood. The prestigious journal Nature Communications has published recent research on this topic by a team led by Dr. El Bachir Affar, a professor in the Department of Medicine, Faculty of […]

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