U of T
Pratt Building, Room 286A
6 King's College Road
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON M5S 3G4, Canada

Postdoctoral researcher in Michael Brudno's group, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto (since July 2011)

Computer Science PhD (2010), Lille 1 University & INRIA Lille - Nord Europe Research Centre. Thesis on "New methods for biological sequence alignment", advisors: Gregory Kucherov, Laurent Noé.

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Current projects

PhenoTips: phenotyping made easy
PhenoTips is an open source software tool for collecting and analyzing phenotypic information for patients with genetic disorders. Read more...
PhenomeCentral: collaborative study of rare genetic disordes
PhenomeCentral is an integrated portal for sharing and searching patient phenotype data for rare genetic disorders. It aims to provide a centralized repository for difficult genetic disorder cases, enabling discovery and collaboration while preserving patient privacy. Read more...