JPBrosseauLab

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New cancer research lab at the Université de Sherbrooke in Canada focusing on functional genomics in tumor microenvironment

We are hiring at all levels! Please send your cv and cover letter at

Neurofibromatosis 

Alternative Splicing

Mouse Model

Our laboratory has an interest and expertise in elucidating gene expression programs involved in tumorigenesis, especially those involving cells in the tumor microenvironment. To do this, we use transgenic mouse models, "omic" technologies such as single cell sequencing and mass spectrometry, as well as the culture of primary and cancer cells. In addition, we are developing molecules (antisense oligonucleotides) to reduce tumor growth in pre-clinical models.

Neurofibromatosis 

Omic technologies

Tumor microenvironment

Mouse Model

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