Jean-Christophe Grenier

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Jean-Christophe Grenier – Bioinformatician

Jean-Christophe Grenier (JC) has joined the OMICS group in July 2018 after working during 7 years at Sainte-Justine hospital in Luis Barreiro and Philip Awadalla laboratories. He’s aiming to help Dr. Hussin to coordinate the main projects running in the laboratory and helping with all the possible hardware issues that could come up. Understanding species evolution and understand human history is some of his favorite topics. JC is providing support for all kinds of bioinformatics projects using omics technologies, phylogenomics and his future goals will be to use other methods such as AI to analyze biological and medical data. 

 

Contact : jean-christophe.grenier [at] mhi-omics.org
Address : 5000 Bélanger, Room S-3400.
Phone : 514 376-3330 #3902

 

Representative Publications

Marie-Julie Favé, Fabien C. Lamaze, David Soave, Alan Hodgkinson, Héloïse Gauvin, Vanessa Bruat, Jean-Christophe Grenier, Elias Gbeha, Kimberly Skead, Audrey Smargiassi, Markey Johnson, Youssef Idaghdour & Philip Awadalla. (2018) Gene-by-environment interactions in urban populations modulate risk phenotypes. Nature Communications.

A Hodgkinson, JC Grenier, E Gbeha, P Awadalla. (2016) A haplotype-based normalization technique for the analysis and detection of allele specific expression. BMC bioinformatics.

Nédélec Y, Sanz J, Baharian G, Szpiech ZA, Pacis A, Dumaine A, Grenier JC, Freiman A, Sams AJ, Hebert S, Pagé Sabourin A, Luca F, Blekhman R, Hernandez RD, Pique-Regi R, Tung J, Yotova V, Barreiro LB. (2016) Genetic Ancestry and Natural Selection Drive Population Differences in Immune Responses to Pathogens. Cell.

J Hussin; A Hodgkinson; Y Idaghdour; J Grenier ; J Goulet; E Gbeha; E Hip-Ki; P Awadalla. (2015) Recombination impacts damaging and disease mutation accumulation in human populations. Nature Genetics.

Hodgkinson A, Idaghdour Y, Gbeha E, Grenier J, Hip-Ki E, Bruat V, Goulet J, de Malliard T,Awadalla P. (2014) High-Resolution Genomic Analysis of Human Mitochondrial RNA Sequence Variation. Science.

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