A profile on Timothy Caulfield a Professor in the Faculty of Law and School of Public Health, Research Director of the Health Law Institute at the University of Alberta, and a Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy
A profile on Dr. David Wishart. A Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta with training in physics, biochemistry, biophysics, pharmaceutical science, and computational biology.
A profile on Dr. Ellen Goddard. A Professor within the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Science, Department of Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology at the University of Alberta.
Genome Alberta is pleased to share our 2021-2022 Annual Report
An interview with Dr. Ian Lewis, an expert in Precision Infection Management, metabolic, and other analytical tools to identify metabolites to investigate adaptation and fatality of human pathogens.
A profile on Dr. Lisa Gieg, an expert on how microorganisms metabolize various compounds in association with the energy industry.
Details and application information for the position of Program Officer with Genome Alberta
A profile on Dr. Nadir Erbilgin, a research expert on Forest Entomology and Chemical Ecology focuses on how biotic stressors and abiotic stressors alter plant defences and anatomy.
A profile on Dr. Tarah Lynch, a research expert on numerous topics such as viral sequencing, to the development and deployment of bioinformatics tools in the public health setting.
A profile on Dr. Kim TallBear, an expert in race science, Indigenous studies, DNA testing and decolonizing polyamory with research spanning social, community, and science studies.
Team led by Dr. Ian Lewis (UofC) develops bloodstream infection diagnostic tool
Genome Canada and Genome Alberta reflect on CanCOGeN
In this two part series, Don Hill speaks with APL’s genomics and bioinformatics teams to discuss expanding genome sequencing capacity and the significance of sequencing the monkeypox virus.
A consultation portal for the Pan-Canadian Genomics Strategy
Genomics in the clinic
Clinical genomics in Alberta
All for One
An avenue toward an answer
Part 2: CWD and society
Part 1:CWD and society
The Graduate Certificate in Bioinformatics at the University of Lethbridge is a six-month part-time program consisting of four courses. This training will provide hands-on learning which will prepare the graduates with the tools they need to solve problems that will accelerate research across various life science industries.
Pitching & Polishing
I am a tree
Report from the AMR front
Genome Alberta is hiring
Taking feed efficiency from genomic prediction to reality.
Our new Strategic Plan
Selecting trees to adapt to climate change
Oil eating microbes
Pine Beetle Whisperers
$12 million for new research
Supporting your local Science Fair
The largest global collaboration of scientists ever is supported by open source, freely shared software. Here’s why that matters.
President Biden earmarked $300 million to build and support a “National Bioinformatics Infrastructure.” Will it put an end to bottlenecks in bioinformatics?
what it means to be alive
Earlier cancer detection
Diversification though biomanufacturing
Metabolomics study of pregnant women
It’s not everyday that a new computing approach rises to conquer the crowd favorite -- Machine Deep Learning (aka AI in laymen usage). But today Bioinformatics won the race to find which lab did the deed
Statement by MLA Issik
Genome Alberta co-lead on new project
Matryoshka dolls for biologists
Cake and cookies, oh my! Bioinformatics isn’t just for medicine anymore.
Investing in variant tracking
Genomics technology was ready for the pandemic
Sampling, sequencing,and sharing
It’s happening virtually!
While everyone is battling the current pandemic, superbugs are expanding another battlefield. Here is how bioinformatics is improving our odds for survival
Researchers ARE in this together
Our lead genomic sleuth
Jackrabbits, hares, horses and kittens