Stéphane  Richard

Professor

Oncology; Medicine

James McGill Professor

Address:
Associate Director Research
Lady Davis Institute
Jewish General Hospital
3755 Côte Ste. Catherine Road
Montreal, QC H3T 1E2

Telephone: 514-340-8260 X 4470
E-mail: stephane.richard@mcgill.ca

Education: Ph.D., B.Sc., McGill University

Research Focus: Epigenetics, DNA damage signalling and RNA metabolism in cancer and multiple sclerosis.


Recent Presentations:

2014 Presentations

Role of RNA binding proteins and arginine methylation in DNA damage signaling. Life Science Center, University of Tsukuba, Japan.

Role of RNA binding proteins and arginine methylation in DNA damage signaling. Scripps Institute, Jupiter, Florida.

The role of arginine methylation in regulating the DNA damage response. FASEB Summer conference on Biological Methylation. Bahamas.

Role of RNA binding proteins and arginine methylation in DNA damage signaling. Maastrict University, Maastrict.

Role of RNA binding proteins and arginine methylation in DNA damage signaling. Leiden University, Leiden.

Role of quaking and low complexity harboring proteins during myelination and cancer. Tor Vergata, Rome.

Role of QUAKING in myelination and role of arginine methylation in diseases. University of Trento, Italy.

Role of RNA binding proteins and arginine methylation in DNA damage signaling. Université de Montreal, Hopital Maisonneuve-Rosement.

Role of RNA binding proteins and arginine methylation in DNA damage signaling. Université de Sherbrooke, PRAC.

RNA binding proteins in the regulation of RNA binding proteins and DNA damage signaling. Université d’Ottawa, Ontario.

Recent Publications:

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