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What is genomics? Without knowing it, you probably already know a little about genomics. For example, you have probably heard about DNA and genes in the media. You are probably aware that you have inherited many of the traits of your ancestors. These traits are dictated by our genes and organized in our cells in the form of chromosomes. Genomics is all about that and much more! Read more Tools [...]
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Welcome to the Educational space This platform is aimed primarily at secondary school students and science and technology teachers. It presents the basic concepts of genetics, as well as introducing the more advanced notions of genomics. Génome Québec also offers free classroom activities to help students put their knowledge into practice.
Careers in Genomics
Working in genomics àGenomics offers a range of career opportunities that require different levels of education. Biomedical Laboratory Technician* Required level of education: College Biomedical laboratory technicians conduct control tests on product samples based on specifications, protocols and standard operating procedures. They provide technical support to various departments: analytical, control or bio-analytical. Technicians use a variety of laboratory techniques to carry out chemical, biochemical or genetic tests. Examples of typical [...]
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Québec Embraces Specialized Training in Genomics
Génome Québec and the QNPHC are pleased to announce a new collaboration with Health Education England (HEE) of the United Kingdom, to develop a specialized training in genomics for healthcare professionals. Daniel Coderre, President and CEO of Génome Québec, and Daniel Bouthillier, Chief Executive Officer of the Quebec Network for Personalized Health Care (QNPHC), are pleased to announce that a tripartite agreement has been reached with Health Education England (HEE), who work across [...]
Canadians lead in transforming genomic data into knowledge to drive medical innovations
Sophisticated software cuts through the complexity of genomic data and makes it accessible to researchers and practitioners Compute Canada and CANARIE, two critical components of Canada’s national digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, today announced the launch of GenAP, a tool that enables Canadian researchers to easily access and use genomic data to advance our knowledge of human health and disease. To read the press release, click here.
Génome Québec celebrates DNA Day!
On April 25, DNA Day commemorates the discovery of DNA’s double helix in April 1953, as well as the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003. For the occasion, Génome Québec’s team gathered for a photoshoot with brand new I am genomics! T-shirts, a reference to Ready for genomics?, a unique participatory conference that was held March 20 to discuss the challenges raised by the integration of genomics in our healthcare system. [...]
A Woman to Lead the Génome Québec Board of Directors
Today, Ms. Anie Perrault becomes the first woman to hold this position since the organization’s inception in 2000. A lawyer by training and a seasoned administrator, she has a long track record in the field of research and innovation and possesses a very thorough knowledge of genomics. “Ms. Perrault’s leadership, vast network of influence and governance skills are a perfect fit for the Génome Québec Board of Directors. This appointment is also [...]
Québec and France - United in making genomics work for Citizens and Society
During the 31st edition of the Entretiens Jacques Cartier (EJC) being held in France, Génome Québec is pleased to announce that an international tripartite partnership agreement has been signed with the Université Jean Monnet de Saint-Étienne – Université de Lyon and the Cancéropôle Lyon Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (CLARA). According to Daniel Coderre, “by transferring know-how and expertise and by developing outreach activities, we can help make this shift from the lab to the clinic [...]
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Entrepreneurship Education in Genomics (EEG) Program
Launched on February 1, 2011 the EEG pilot program aims to provide Canadian genomics researchers with assistance to facilitate the conversion of their discoveries into commercial successes. If the selected projects deliver the expected benefits, they will form the basis of an ongoing national program. The competition associated with the EEG program called on experts in scientific and technological commercialization to recommend innovative approaches that could help Genome Canada-funded researchers [...]