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Morgan Langille, PhD

Post doc , Dalhousie University
Halifax, Canada

Research field: Biological Sciences - Bioinformatics
Human microbiome, metagenomics, evolution, phylogenetic diversity


Awards and Grants

  •  May 2012 
    CIHR Postdoctoral Fellow
  •  Mar 2012 
    IHMC 2012 Conference Travel Award
  •  Sep 2008 
    SFU President’s PhD Research Stipend
  •  Jul 2008 
    MBB Travel Fellowship
  •  Sep 2006 
    MSFHR Junior Graduate Studentship Research award
  •  Jul 2005 
    NAS Sackler Colloquium Tapestry of Life Conference Travel Grant
  •  Sep 2004 
    CIHR/MSFHR Strategic Training Program in Bioinformatics Award

Biographical Information

I was raised in a small town in New Brunswick, Canada and completed concurrent Science and Computer Science Bachelor's degrees at University of New Brunswick. My first taste of research was identifying retro-transposed genes in Drosophila melanogaster using bioinformatics. I then moved to Vancouver, BC to complete my PhD in identifying genomic islands in Bacteria and Archaea genomes under the supervision of Dr. Fiona Brinkman. My first post-doc for 2 years was with Dr. Jonathan Eisen at UC Davis working with the iSEEM group to develop better computational methods to analyze metagenomic datasets from the ocean. I am currently a post-doc at Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S., Canada working with Dr. Rob Beiko and Dr. Ford Doolittle on the human microbiome.


Professional Experience

2011 - Present
Post doc at Dalhousie University
Halifax, Canada
May 2009 - Apr 2011
Post-Doc at UC Davis
Davis, California, United States

Sep 2004 - Apr 2009
Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, Canada
Sep 1999 - Apr 2004
University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, Canada
BSc (Biology) & BCS


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