Our overall aim is to foster an inclusive lab culture that strives to develop novel bioinformatic and computational methods to better understand the role of the microbiome in various diseases.

The lab has three main pillars:

Collaborative Health Projects - aim to better understand human-microbial interactions in health and disease by leveraging advanced bioinformatic methods.

Application & Resource Development - creation and validation of bioinformatic approaches to improve biological insights from microbiome data.

Integrated Microbiome Resource - a sequencing and bioinformatics service housed within the Langille lab. The IMR provides the most cutting-edge sequencing technologies and extensive expertise on microbiome sequencing and bioinformatics to scientist from around the world.