Guillaume Bourque Ph.D.

Guillaume Bourque

Guillaume Bourque is an Associate Professor in the Department of Human Genetics at McGill University and the Director of Bioinformatics at the McGill University & Genome Quebec Innovation Center (MUGQIC). During his PhD, he worked on genome rearrangements in evolution with Pavel Pevzner at the University of Southern California.

In 2002, he did postdoctoral research on gene regulatory networks at the University of Montreal with David Sankoff. From 2004 to 2010, he worked at the Genome Institute of Singapore, where he was a Senior Group Leader and the Associate Director of Computational & Mathematical Biology. At the MUGQIC he is responsible for the IT infrastructure and the analysis pipelines associated with the high-throughput genomics platforms that include 12 next-generation sequencing instruments

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The Canadian Center for Computational Genomics provides bioinformatics analysis and high performance computing services for the life science research community    C3G

 


Research Interests

His research interests are in comparative and functional genomics with a special emphasis on applications of next-generation sequencing technologies.
Specific projects include:

  • Integrative analyses in cancer genomics
  • Impact of transposable elements on host gene regulation

Lab Composition

Bourgey Mathieu Senior Bioinformatician Analysis
Leveque Gary Bioinformatician Analysis
Lefebvre Francois Bioinformatician Analysis
Eveleigh Robert Bioinformatician Analysis
Molong Jean PhD
Ramsay LeeAnn Undergraduate
Audemard Eric Postdoc