Wednesday May 26 2021 11:00 Neil Brockdorff University of Oxford, UK Invited by P-A. Defossez Xistentialism
November 5: A new review article on the role of histone variants in genome integrity, with a focus on cancer, is now available in the journal Cells (special issue on Histone Variants from Structure to Molecular Function). July 18: A new review article on the role of histone variants and post-translational modifications in controlling the[…]
Wednesday January 15 11:00 André CHOULIKA Cellectis, Paris Invited by Claire Rougeulle Allogeneic CAR T-cells: the new paradigm in immuno-oncology & a perspective on the future of gene editing Buffon Building RB-18B (Wing B – RdC bas) 15 rue Hélène Brion
Wednesday 30 May 2018 11:00 Auguste GENOVESIO IBENS, Paris Invited by Valérie Mezger Large scale to synthetic cell imaging Buffon Building RB-18B (Wing B – RdC bas) 15 rue Hélène Brion
Thanks to the joint efforts of Professors Jonathan Weitzman and Alain Zider, the Graduate School G.E.N.E has been selected for funding by the French Government through its “Investments for the Future” programme. G.E.N.E. is an excellence training consortium combining teaching and research in genetics and epigenetics.
October 16th: Congratulations to Sandra Piquet for obtaining the research assistant position opened by the CNRS in our research unit (microscopy platform/Polo group)!
Wednesday 18 October 2017 11:00 Maria Elena Torres-Padilla Institute of Epigenetics & Stem Cells, Helmholtz Zentrum, Munich, Germany Invited by Sophie Polo Epigenetic mechanisms in early mammalian development Buffon Building RB-18B (Wing B – RdC bas) 15 rue Hélène Brion
All the best to Céline Vallot, former staff scientist in Claire Rougeulle’s lab, who is now setting up her own group at the Institut Curie, Paris.
Baptiste Bogard join us for his Master 2. Welcome Baptiste !!!