Titres

  • Associate Professor, Université de Montréal
  • Department of Radiology, Radiation Oncology and Nuclear Medicine, CRCHUM / Research member at the Institut du cancer de Montréal

Research Angle

Francis Rodier’s laboratory explores the various cellular and tissue players involved in cancer therapy, focusing on cell fate decisions such as senescence and apoptosis.

Laboratory team

  • Nicolas Malaquin PhD, Associé de recherche
  • Yu Zhan PhD, Associée de recherche
  • Guillaume Cardin MSc, Assistant de recherche
  • Isabelle Clément MSc, Assistante de recherche
  • Erwan Goy PhD, postdoc
  • Marc-Alexandre Olivier, étudiant MD-PhD
  • Véronique Tu MSc, étudiante PhD
  • Daméhan Tchelougou, étudiant PhD
  • Tibila Kientega, étudiant PhD
  • Jessica Bourbonnais MSc, étudiante PhD
  • Sarah Saoudaoui, étudiante PhD
  • Karim Bouhjar, étudiant PhD (co-tutelle Namur)
  • Shiksha Dutta, étudiante PhD
  • Jade Montpetit, Étudiante PhD
  • Marie Orléane Ada Ndong, étudiante MSc
  • Alicia Pellerin-Viger, étudiante MSc
  • Mandana Bigdeli, étudiante MSc

Recent Publications

  1. https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=NRNCHpEAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

Pubmed Page

https://bit.ly/3m1NFJC

Email address for application

rodierf@mac.com

Biography

Francis Rodier trained as a microbiologist and obtained his Ph.D. in molecular biology exploring carcinogenesis at the Université de Montréal in 2005. He subsequently conducted postdoctoral research at UC Berkeley and the Buck Institute for Research on Aging in California where he developed interests in DNA repair signaling, oncology and aging, leading to the identification of a novel connection between DNA damage and inflammation.