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Client Comments

"It’s rare to find someone that is so savvy with both benchwork and bioinformatics. Working with Madeleine is just like having a world-class bioinformatics expert in the office next door. She has been an indispensable colleague and I plan to work with her on every future paper and grant!"

— Saptarsi Haldar, MD, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland

"I have been working with Dr. Lemieux for over three years and her work with us has been superb. Her very personal, kind, and attentive demeanor is matched by her familiarity with both statistical analysis, software, and cancer molecular biology. Her work has led to profound insights that have literally changed the direction of our lab. She is very responsive yet thoughtful in response to my many requests with nearly no delay (or complaints), and I am thrilled to continue working with her."

— Christopher A. French, MD, Brigham and Women's Hospital & Harvard Medical School, Boston

"Madeleine, thank you very much for re-editing our manuscript. We are happy to inform you that, after some minor revisions and some extra questions answered, the paper will be published. You did a wonderful job in my opinion. When reading the manuscript now it is so much easier to understand what we did and found. Many thanks again for your critical influence on the language and other remarks."

— Peter Bruins, MD, St Antonius Hospital, Nieuwegein, The Netherlands

"We have been working with Madeleine on planning and analysis of gene-specific and genome-wide experiments. She has been a critical contributor to our project and a wonderful advisor to my group as we venture into genome-wide studies (ChIP-seq, gene expression profiling, RNA-seq). She always responds promptly with very thoughtful, detailed, and helpful suggestions. Her broad experience in cancer biology, genome-wide studies and bioinformatics make her an incredibly useful collaborator. I cannot recommend her more highly!"

— Matthew D. Shair, PhD, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University, Boston

"As a long-time collaborator of Madeleine Lemieux, I can say with authority that she is among the most creative, incisive and collegial scientists in the biostatistics and computational biology arenas. Don't submit a manuscript without her!"

— James E. Bradner, MD, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute & Harvard Medical School, Boston

Last update: 21 March 2014