Elisabeth R. M. Tillier
Canada Research Chair 2 in Analytical Genomics

Ontario Cancer Institute, University Health Network
& Cancer Genomics and Proteomics Division

Department of Medical Biophysics,
University of Toronto




The Tillier Group














Ontario Cancer Institute, University Health Network, Toronto Medical Discoveries Tower (MaRS), room 5-354, 101 College St., Toronto, ON, Canada M5G 1L7
Tel: 416-581-7534      Fax: 416-581-7581      E-mail: e.tillier @ utoronto.ca
Molecular Evolution, Computational Biology, Bioinformatics & Genomics
Understanding the forces that shape genes and genomes
Recent advances in technology have made possible the rapid accumulation of massive amounts of molecular biological data. Namely, rapid sequencing has made possible the complete sequencing of entire genomes and bacterial communities while DNA microchip technology is advancing such that the study of the expression patterns of all genes in a genome can be analyzed rapidly. My interest is in developing and improving analysis tools that are needed to consider such large amounts of varied data in light of studying biology and evolution on a genomic scale.
 
 
On-going Projects
Selected Software
The computer programs described herein may be freely used for non-commercial purposes. All rights to them remain the authors'.
Selected Publications
Data & Updates
The data files described herein may be freely used for non-commercial purposes. All rights to them remain the authors'.
Updated May 2008 by E. Tillier