Computational Methods for Paleogenomics and Comparative Genomics

Welcome to the "Computational Methods for Paleogenomics and Comparative Genomics" group of Cedric Chauve, Department of Mathematics at Simon Fraser University.

The research of our group focuses currently on various problems in comparative genomics. We are working on various problems related to phylogenomics (the construction and analysis of gene families and gene trees), genome rearrangements and the reconstruction of ancestral gene orders, pathogen genomics (genotyping, epidemiologic clustering) and cancer genomics. We are also working on machine-learning algorithms for the analysis of large-scale flow cytometry data.

See our Research page for more details.

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