NorthOmics,team @ Fifth Metaproteomics Symposium Avignon, France NorthOmics team has a large delegation this year @ Fifth Metaproteomics Symposium Avignon, France. Daniel Figeys presentated #Metaproteomics Grant challenges, and metaproteomic applications in clinical research and drug development. Kai Cheng, Sara and Zhongzhi also presented there work as oral. Congrats to Ailing, who won the poster prize !! Haonan, […]
Welcome Galen on board NorthOmics, Dr. Galen Guo is a Ph.D. holder in Biology with a specialization in Chemical and Environmental Toxicology. Dr. Guo is fluent in written and spoken French and English, as well as spoken Cantonese. He has published research papers on the discovery and identification of a new methylmercury demethylation pathway in […]
Early celebrations of Christmas and New Year of 2023!! Secret gifts from Santa bring all the best for the new year. The following is from ChatGPT: The new year is a time to celebrate with friends and loved ones, and to look back on the accomplishments and challenges of the past year. It’s a time […]
Welcome Ailing Zhang to join our lab as Ph.D candidate in metaproteomics, for RapidAim projects Welcome, Luman Wang to join our lab as visiting scholar. Dr. Wang is from Peking University and majored in machine learning.
wolf trail hiking@20221021 What a pleasant fall morning at wolf-trail in Gatineau park before all leaves are gone.
At the same vincent Massey park
Welcome two NorthOmics members joining the lab, Michelle Lachance as lab tech, and Qing Wu as a Ph.D student.
The iMetalab suite got published! iMetaLab Suite: A one‐stop toolset for metaproteomics, a free, easily accessible, and actively updated toolset available to assist researchers to explore metaproteomic data. @wileymicrobiohttps://doi.org/10.1002/imt2.25
NorthOmics lab decided to support local restaurant by Christmas lunch 2021. Such a difficult time for every one due to the Omicron variant of COVID. Still, let’s cheer and hope for the best of 2022.
With all participants fully vaccinated, NorthOmics lab finally get a chance to get together physically during this hard time of COVID, on a beautiful day (Aug 19, 2021) at Vincent Massey Park. A few people are missing in the group picture. Hopefully the research will be fully back on track soon.