Jan 24th : Congratulations to Guillaume Velasco and Claire Francastel for their paper entitled “Telomeres in ICF syndrome cells are vulnerable to DNA damage due to elevated DNA:RNA hybrids” published in Nature Communications.
Jan 16th-19th : Very successful unit retreat in the Vosges mountains.
Jan 5th: Congratulations to Céline Vallot, Christophe Huret, Miguel Casanova, Tharvesh Liyakat Ali, and Claire Rougeulle for their paper in collaboration with Peter Rugg-Gunn and Edith Heard’s labs entitled “XACT Noncoding RNA Competes with XIST in the Control of X Chromosome Activity during Human Early Development” published in Cell Stem Cell.
Jan 1st : Congratulations to Audrey Roussel-Gervais, Ikrame Naciri, Olivier Kirsh, Laetitia Kasprzyk, Guillaume Velasco, Giacomo Grillo, and Pierre-Antoine Defossez for their paper entitled “Loss of the Methyl-CpG-Binding Protein ZBTB4 Alters Mitotic Checkpoint, Increases Aneuploidy, and Promotes Tumorigenesis” published in Cancer Research.
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.
Departure of Charlie’s Angels for Connecticut !!!
Martine Perichon, from the team "Plasticity of cellular phenotype" directed by Jonathan Weitzman, receives by the President of the University Paris Diderot Paris 7, the Professor Christine Clerici, the Academic Palms for his work all these years. Congratulations to her !
Contacts : Team leader for the recruitment : Bertrand Cosson – firstname.lastname@example.org – Tél. (+33) 1 57 27 89 66 Director of the UMR : Jonathan Weitzman More informations in “Join us” in the Bertrand Cosson’s website
Congratulations to Mélanie Makhlouf and Claire Rougeulle for their article published in Molecular Autism: “Profiling olfactory stem cells from living patients identifies miRNAs relevant for autism pathophysiology”.