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Research efforts in the Sibille laboratory are directed toward understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms of major depression and aging through translational studies in the human postmortem brain and in rodent models.

Dr. Sibille has moved his laboratory to the University of Toronto as the Campbell Family Chair in Clinical Neuroscience, the Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute, The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), and Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, University of Toronto, ON, CA. Operations at the University of Pittsburgh will be maintained temporarily. Dr. Sibille is actively recruiting postdoctoral candidates. For more information, follow the link below.

Post-Doctoral Opportunities

Interactive Databases: Interrogate our dataset for
-Age Effect on Gene Expression in the Human Brain.             -Relative Enrichment in Cellular Transcript Level. 
           Click here to visit our Data page for more information and access to the interface.

Latest news: Congratulations, recent graduates! Follow link for pictures and more information.

New Publications:
-Opposing effects of acute versus chronic blockade of frontal cortex somatostatin-positive inhibitory neurons on behavioral emotionality in mice. Soumier A, Sibille E. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2014 April:1-11.

-Meta-analysis methods for combining multiple expression profiles: comparisons, statistical characterizations and an application guideline. Chang LC, Lin HM, Sibille E, Tseng GC. BMC Bioinformatics. 21 December 2013



Post-Doctoral Opportunities (Employment & Fellowship)