Jérôme Waldispühl
Structural Bioinformatics & Citizen Science

About

I conduct research in computational molecular biology with a particular interest on RNA structural bioinformatics and cheminformatics. I also develop applications of crowdsourcing and human-computing techniques to bioinformatics, a field of research I contributed to pionneer with the citizen science video game Phylo DNA Puzzles.

I received a PhD in Computer Science from École Polytechnnique (France) in 2004 under the mentorship of Jean-Marc Steyaert. From 2005 to 2006, I was a post-doctoral researcher in the group of Peter Clote at Boston College, and in 2006 I moved to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where I was an instructor in applied mathematics under the mentorship of Bonnie Berger. In 2009, I joined the School of Computer Science at McGill University as faculty member.

I am a recipient of the Tomlinson Scientist Award in 2012, and the Fessenden Professorship in Science Innovation in 2013.

You can learn more about my research on my laboratory website. If you want to join the lab, you can find more information about how to apply for a position in my group on my research website. We do currently have several open PhD student positions.

Publications

Journal articles, conference papers, book chapters and preprints

Teachings

My teachings at McGill

COMP 251

Algorithms & Data Structures

COMP 564

Advanced Computational Biology Methods & Research

COMP 250

Introduction to Computer Science

COMP 766

An Introduction to Crowdsourcing & Human-Computation Techniques

COMP 401

Project in Biology & Computer Science

COMP 462/561

Computation Biology Methods & Research

COMP 252

Honours Algorithms & Data Structures

COMP 364

Computer Tools for Life Science

Contact

Write me or stop by to say hello!

Mail Us

3480 University Street, Room 318
McConnell Engineering Bldg
Montréal QC H3A 0E9

Mail Us

(E-mail) jerome.waldispuhl@mcgill.ca
(Phone) +1 514 398 5018

Visit Us

3630 University Street, Room 3106
Trottier Bldg
Montréal QC H3A 2B3