Director of New UBC Center Has Big Plans For Future Canadian Bioinformatics Research | GenomeWeb

Francis Ouellette is a busy man, and he just got busier. Already the director of the bioinformatics core facility at the University of British Columbia’s Center for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics and director of the Canadian Gen-etic Diseases Network, Ouellette can now add a new title to his list: Director of the UBC Bioinformatics Center, a new facility that he said he hopes to make the “Mecca of bioinformatics in Canada.”

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