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Miguel completed his PhD in 2009, at the Imperial College London, where he explored molecular mechanisms involved in the maintenance of mouse embryonic stem cell pluripotency, with a particular emphasis on the role of polycomb group proteins. Miguel then moved to Paris where he started a post-doc focusing on the role of non-coding pericentric transcripts in the nuclear reprogramming observed during early mouse development. In May 2014, Miguel joined Claire Rougeulle\'s team to explore the role of long non-coding RNAs in pluripotency and lineage commitment in human embryonic stem cells.