Matthieu holds a M.Sc degree in chemistry from the National Superior Chemistry School, Nancy, France, and a Ph.D in biochemistry from Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris. After graduating in 1995, he completed a couple post-docs in protein crystallography and computational chemistry at New York University Medical Center. In 2000, he joined Molsoft, a San-Diego based biotech, as senior research scientist. In 2003, he moved to Lyon, France, to lead structure-based drug design at Aptanomics/Imaxio, a drug discovery start-up. In 2007, he joined the SGC as head of research informatics. Matthieu holds an Associate Professor cross-appointment with the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at University of Toronto.
SGC Toronto’s Research Informatics group has three distinct roles. (1) Research: we apply computational chemistry tools to analyze protein structures and support the development of chemical inhibitors. We also analyze cancer genomics data. (2) Tools: we develop web interfaces, such as Chromohub, to easily navigate structural, chemical and genomic data. (3) Databases: we manage the wealth of biological and chemical data generated at SGC-Toronto. Matthieu also leads SGC's Open Laboratory Notebooks initiative.