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The Genozymes project is directed by a team of experienced researchers from Canada, the United States and Europe. The project is led by [http://clone.concordia.ca/bioweb/faculty_pages/tsang.html '''Adrian Tsang'''] of Concordia University and is organized into multiple technology and GE3LS [[platforms]].  
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The Genozymes project is directed by a team of experienced researchers from Canada, the United States and Europe. The project is led by [http://biology.concordia.ca/faculty-and-research/full-time-faculty/adrian-tsang/ '''Adrian Tsang'''] of Concordia University and is organized into multiple technology and GE3LS [[platforms]].  

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Chief Investigators

The Genozymes project is directed by a team of experienced researchers from Canada, the United States and Europe. The project is led by Adrian Tsang of Concordia University and is organized into multiple technology and GE3LS platforms.


The co-investigators of the project are:

Concordia University: Gregory Butler, Justin Powlowski and David Secko

McGill University and Génome Québec Innovation Centre: Ken Dewar and Sylvie LaBoissiere

DSM Innovation: Manoj Kumar

Lethbridge Research Centre of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC): Tim McAllister

University of Calgary: Christoph Sensen

Institut Armand-Frappier of the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS): Michel Sylvestre


Current collaborators of the project are:

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy: Scott Baker

University of Montreal: Béatrice Godard

Argonne National Laboratory of the U.S. Deapartment of Energy: Andrzej Joachimiak

Environment Canada: Terry McIntyre

FPInnovations: Michael Paice

DSM White Biotechnology: Cees Sagt

University of Toronto: Alexei Savchenko

Concordia University: René Witte

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