2010-04-16

Planification de mon doctorat

Session 1/11 -- Janvier 2010 à Avril 2010

  • PHS-8801 Activité de recherche - thèse 1

Session 2/11 -- Mai 2010 à Août 2010

  • PHS-8802 Activité de recherche - thèse 2

Session 3/11 -- Septembre 2010 à Décembre 2010

  • BIF-7900 Bio-informatique I A+
  • PHS-8803 Activité de recherche - thèse 3

Session 4/11 -- Janvier 2011 à Avril 2011

  • PHS-8000 Examen de doctorat (écrit: 1 mars 2011, oral: 1 avril 2011)
  • PHS-8804 Activité de recherche - thèse 4

Session 5/11 -- Mai 2011 à Août 2011

  • PHS-8805 Activité de recherche - thèse 5

Session 6/11 -- Septembre 2011 à Décembre 2011

  • PHS-8001 Séminaire de doctorat
  • PHS-8806 Activité de recherche - thèse 6

Session 7/11 -- Janvier 2012 à Avril 2012

  • BMO-7007 Analyse critique de publications
  • PHS-8807 Activité de recherche - thèse 7

Session 8/11 -- Mai 2012 à Août 2012

  • PHS-8808 Activité de recherche - thèse 8

Session 9/11 -- Septembre 2012 à Décembre 2012

  • Rédaction 
  • TRE-8800     Poursuite de recherche thèse 1 (inscription max. 2 sessions au tarif de 108 $)

Session 10/11 -- Janvier 2013 à Avril 2013

  • Rédaction
  • TRE-8800     Poursuite de recherche thèse 1 (inscription max. 2 sessions au tarif de 108 $)

Session 11/11 -- Mai 2013 à Août 2013

  • Rédaction et dépôt de thèse
  • TRE-8801     Poursuite de recherche thèse 2 (inscription max. 5 sessions au tarif de 334 $) 
  • 2013-08-15 dépôt voir S12

Session 12 -- Septembre 2013 à Décembre 2013 

Session 13 -- Janvier 2014 à Avril 2014

  • TRE-7802     Dépôt de thèse ou mémoire pour évaluation
  • 2014-04-10 défense

Doctoral Award





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Project Information
Project Title: Assembly of reads from a mix of high-throughput sequencing technologies
Period: 

from: 2010-09-01


to: 2013-08-31
Principal Investigator(s):



BOISVERT, Sébastien
Co-Investigators:
Supervisors:



CORBEIL, Jacques


;


MARCHAND, Mario
Previous Investigators/Supervisors:
Institution:


Université Laval
Department:
Program:Doctoral Award - Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarships 
Assigned PRC:DRA 
Primary Institute:Genetics 
Primary Theme:Biomedical 
Keywords:BIOINFORMATICS, BIOSTATISTICS, BIOSTATISTIQUES, DE NOVO SEQUENCING, GENOME ASSEMBLY, GENOME VARIATION, GENOMICS, PROTEOMICS, AND BIOINFORMATICS, GÉNOMIQUE, PROTÉOMIQUE ET BIOINFORMATIQUE, MUTATION DISCOVERY, RESEQUENCING 
Abstract:The treatment of diseases costs each Canadian a large amount of money. There is a genetic basis behind resistance to antibiotics and various genetics diseases. Genetic background accounts for predisposition to diseases, and the knowledge of the latter can promote better lifestyle. Sequencing technologies allow physicians to diagnose precisely the cause of some genetics disease, and thus explain patients the very cause of their sickness. When a resistant strain hits hard on a health care centre, the rapid identification of the pathogen agent is essential to avoid unnecessary lost of human lives. Genetic tests and pathogen detection kits are based on nucleic acid technologies, such as high-density micro-arrays and sequencing technologies. In the case of genetic diseases, these technologies allow the pinpointing of malfunctioning proteins, and the latter are addressed with tailored drugs, if any. There is a great need in Canada for people that can analyse the data produced by these DNA technologies -- we call them bioinformaticians. Owing to the complexity of the human genome and to the evolution of the associated technological medicine, new powerful tools are necessary to analyze the sheer volume of data. The knowledge of mutations that set the predisposition to known diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease, surely improves on the quality of life. The rapid detection and characterisation of disease agents reduces the chance of outbreak, and improves population health. In the next decade, sequencing technologies will allow the study of human genome variation through the sequencing of a thousand human genomes, offering a deep catalog of human genetic variation (http://1000genomes.org/). During my doctorate, I will develop tools to answer these important health questions in genomics. 


Funding Information
Fiscal
Year
Amount
2010-11

$35,000

Source: http://webapps.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/funding/

Master's Award





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Project Information
Project Title: Kernel methods for the annotation of trypanosomatid genomes.
Period: 

from: 2009-09-01


to: 2010-08-31
Principal Investigator(s):



BOISVERT, Sébastien

Co-Investigators:
Supervisors:



CORBEIL, Jacques



;


MARCHAND, Mario

Previous Investigators/Supervisors:
Institution:

Centre hospitalier de l'Université Laval (Québec)
Department:Molecular Medicine 
Program:Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarships - Master's Award 
Assigned PRC:CGA 
Primary Institute:Genetics 
Primary Theme:Biomedical 
Keywords:BIOINFORMATICS, COMPARATIVE GENETICS, GENETICS, GENOME ANNOTATION, GENOMICS, GENOMICS, PROTEOMICS, AND BIOINFORMATICS, GÉNOMIQUE, PROTÉOMIQUE ET BIOINFORMATIQUE, GÉNÉTIQUE, HIV, INFECTIEUSES ET PARASITAIRES, INFECTIOUS AND PARASITIC, INFECTIOUS MICROORGANISMS, KERNEL METHODS, LEISHMANIA, MACHINE LEARNING, TRYPANOSOMATIDS 
Abstract:Not Applicable 


Funding Information
Fiscal
Year
Amount
2009-10

$17,500



Source: http://webapps.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/funding/
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