SEE WHATS GOING ON!
Etienne is elected on the Board of Directors of the Canadian National Proteomics Network (CNPN):
Labmeeting over Zoom
The lab is awarded a CIHR grant to investigate SARS-CoV-2 variants. Let’s end this pandemic!
David Hamelin is awarded a price for the best presentation at the 7th Annual Montreal Immunology Meeting Symposium for his project entitled: ‘The SARS-CoV-2 mutational landscape disrupts presentation of CD8+ T cell targets’.
Our Orbitrap-Eclipse mass spectrometer, alias Suprema, is up and running. Let’s get some great data!
Kevin Kovalchik is awarded an IVADO postdoctoral scholarship for his project entitled: 'Machine learning-assisted identification of SARS-CoV-2 epitopes from mass spectrometry data’. Congrats Kevin!
The lab is awarded a grant to develop new immunopeptidomics methods in
partnership with the National Research Council (NRC)
The Caron Lab is awarded $205,000 over five years, in addition to a $12,500 Discovery Launch Supplement, for the project Understanding the genesis of the spliced immunopeptidome.
Isabelle Sirois and Etienne Caron contributed to the Thankaton (Merciothon in french) on January 21st 2020, a phone marathon with one goal in mind: to reach the highest number of donors and tell them just how much their support means!
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Etienne Caron has delivered a great talk as an invited speaker at the HUPO 2019 meeting in Adelaide!
January 2019: Paul Drogaris is recruited as Director of the mass spectrometry platform at the CHU Sainte-Justine Research Center. Welcome Paul!
The CARON LAB is awarded a Cole Foundation Transition Award! Good start ☺
Isabelle Sirois is recruited as Research Associate. Welcome Isa!
Etienne Caron is invited to speak at the Summit for Cancer Immunotherapy, BioCanRx, in Banff, Canada.
Etienne Caron is invited to speak at the HUPO meeting in Orlando, Florida.
Etienne Caron is invited to speak at the first HUPO-HIPP Summer School in Madrid, Spain.
After seven years in Europe and 14 interviews in the US and Canada, Etienne Caron is back to Montreal to establish his lab at the CHU Sainte-Justine Research Center and the Université de Montréal.