June 2018 : The phievo paper is out !
May 2018 : Thomas wins an award for his presentation at the RQMP Grande Conference, congratulations !
April 2018: François Bourassa, Myriah Haggard, Juliette Lavoie and Louis Richez join the group for the summer. Welcome !
October 2017 : Another poster prize for Félix and Thomas at BioConnect 2017, congratulations !
September 2017 : Thomas Rademaker is coming back for his phD. Welcome back Thomas !
May 2017 : Jimmy and Félix win poster prize at the annual meeting of the Biophysical Society of Canada ! Congrats !
May 2017: Paul is awarded the Herzberg medal from Canadian Association of Physicists
December 2016 : The spandrel paper is finally out in Physical biology
September 2016: Félix Proulx-Giraldeau and Laurent Jutras-Dubé join the group for their Master, welcome to both !
June 2016 : Thomas successfully defends his Master, Paul is promoted to associate professorship with tenure.
June 2016 : Positional information from oscillatory phase shifts : insights from in silico evolution out in Physical Biology.
May 2016 : Our latest paper is out in PLOS Genetics "Predicting Ancestral Segmentation Phenotypes from Drosophila to Anopheles Using In Silico Evolution"
January 2016 : Check our review on information processing in immune recognition in J Stat Phys "The Case for Absolute Ligand Discrimination: Modeling Information Processing and Decision by Immune T Cells"
October 2015: Our latest paper is out in Biophysical Journal "Critical timing without timer for embryonic development"
September 2015: Thomas Rademaker joins the group from University of Geneva, welcome Thomas !
June 2015: Paul is awarded one of the three McGill Principal's Prizes for Outstanding Emerging Researchers at science convocation ceremony
May 2015: "Researchers on the rise", article in the McGill reporter
May 2015: Our latest paper is out in Development "Dynamics of the slowing segmentation clock reveal alternating two-segment periodicity" , collaboration with Sharon Amacher
May 2015: Kyle Johnson and Laura Saunders join the group as summer undergraduate research students. Welcome !
January 2015: Our latest paper is out in PNAS early edition "Chemodetection in fluctuating environments: Receptor coupling, buffering, and antagonism"
January 2015: Paul's course at Institut Curie on vertebrate segmentation for physicists is now available online
September 2014: Jimmy Hsu and Jeremy Rothschild join the group as M. Sc. students. Welcome to both of them !
August 2014: Jean-Benoît Lalanne and Daniel Tufcea are graduating with a M. Sc in Physics. Congratulations !
August 2014: Paul is one of the inaugural Simons Investigators in Mathematical Modeling of Living Systems