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Julie is going to the Research Topics !!!

November 8th 2018, Sherbrooke, Qc, Canada

Congrats Julie ! She has just been accepted to attend the Research Topics in GI Diseases Meeting Meeting, an event for trainees prior to the core program of the CDDW in which they will give an oral presentation of their works. It is a tremendous opportunity for them to network and share their science.

Congrats Julie !!! Can't wait to bring you to Banff with me in March !

First publication

November1st 2018, Sherbrooke, Qc, Canada

Yes !!! Our first publication is finally online. In Current Colorectal Cancer Reports, we review the molecular and functional differences between Tumor-Initiating Cells and Cancer Stem Cells in colorectal cancer.

Happy Halloween !!!

October 31st 2018, Sherbrooke, Qc, Canada

This year, we were supposed to celebrate our first Halloween. Unfortunately, I had to stay home with my sick daughter, but the Giroux Lab was still on fire harbouring their costumes and showing off our amazingly decorated lab door.

Good job guys!! Now, let's eat some candy!

Julie is here

October 2nd 2018, Sherbrooke, Qc, Canada

My first grad student arrived from France at the end of August, I can't believe it has already been one month.

Julie obtained her Master from engineering school "École de Biologie Industrielle". She is particularly interested in cancer biology and is a real pro at cell culture.

She has been a great asset to the lab so far and has brought a lot of sunshine in the lab. 

Welcome into our team Julie !

Finally made it !!!

July 30th 2018, Sherbrooke, Qc, Canada

Today is the day. The day I came back as an Assistant Professor to my alma mater. The day I started an exciting new adventure. The day one of my biggest dream came true. The Giroux Lab is finally not just a website, a Twitter account but a real space.

Lab is a mess, and my office is even worst, but the butterflies are here. My first lab member is here to help me, Dominique Jean. He knows everything and everyone, I have no doubt the transition will go smoothly.

 

Stay tuned for more news in the next couple of weeks.