Khaled Ben El Kadhi

Ph.D. student
Systems biology

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The Master’s Degree program in Systems Biology at IRIC had a significant impact on my decision to pursue a doctoral degree. The theoretical courses given during the Summer school allowed me to acquire solid knowledge and to forge my scientific reasoning and my ability to solve experimental issues. Practical courses allowed me to explore the many scientific resources available at IRIC. Finally, my rotations within two different research teams helped me to diversify my skills and provided me with two different and complementary research visions.

My academic background

Ph.D. in Systems Biology
IRIC – Université de Montréal, Canada
2010 to today

M.Sc. in Systems Biology
IRIC – Université de Montréal, Canada
2009 to 2010

B.Sc. in Medical Biology
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada
2003 to 2007

My current research project

Phosphoinositides regulation during cytokinesis.

Research team: Sébastien Carréno