September 30th 2021: Congratulations to Juliette for a fantastic PhD defense!
July 9th: Two future PhD students in the team: Giulia obtained doctoral funding from the FRM and Margherita a PhD fellowship from the doctoral school. Well done!
June 22 : We are all proud of Beatrice Rondinelli, permanent staff scientist in the team, who secured an ATIP-Avenir grant to set up her own research group! Fantastic news!
June 22: We are proud to share with you the results of our study on the histone chaperone HIRA and its role in transcription restart following UV damage, recently published in Nature Communications. Great team work in collaboration with Mats Ljungman’s group (Univ. Michigan, USA).
June 14: Warm welcome to Jeanne, new Master’s student in the team.
May 20: Don’t miss our preview about the impact of chromatin features on DNA double-strand break repair based on the research article by Bas van Steensel lab recently published in Molecular Cell.
April 20: Congratulations to Bea for securing funding from the Labex “Who am I?” to support her project entitled “Study of the DNA repair dysfunction in H3.3-mutated cancers: a new path for therapeutic intervention”.
April 24: Our latest paper shedding light on fundamental molecular mechanisms safeguarding heterochromatin integrity following UV damage is now out in Nature Communications. Great work by Anna, Audrey, Pierre, Odile and Sophie in collaboration with Olivier Renaud and Olivier Leroy from the Curie Institute.
January 4th and 11th: Welcome to Giulia and Margherita who join the team for their master 2 internships.
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[…]