Our aim is to understand how cellular systems are shaped by evolutionary forces. We are addressing evolution and health-related questions using experimental and computational approaches, and this on model and non-model systems. We are also using evolutionary principles to investigate important biomedical questions that relate to cell and systems biology.  Finally, a major objective of the laboratory is to provide the best training environment for the next generation of life scientists.

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Please consult our publication page for more details on our research interests. Our research is supported by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), le Fonds de la Recherche en Santé du Québec (FRQS), the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI), le Fonds de la Recherche Nature et Technologie du Québec (FRQNT) the Quebec Research Network on Protein Function, Structure and Engineering (PROTEO), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), Genome Canada and Université Laval.


The Landry Lab 2018

From back to front and left to right: Johan, Pauline, Alexandre, François, Rohan, Angel, Philippe, Anna, Diana, Mathieu, Souhir, Hélène, Chris, Simon, Guillaume N., Lou, Emilie, Véronique, Caroline, Carla, Christian, Ugo, Guillaume C., Clara and Axelle (missing member: Isabelle).