May 29th : Epigenetics and Cell Fate Center: 10 years already! Fantastic celebration with former group members. What a great team! May 9th : Congratulations to Pierre for obtaining a postdoctoral fellowship from Fondation ARC. September 1st: Welcome to Alexandre and Pierre who are joining the lab as postdoctoral fellows.
December 1st: Sophie has been promoted research director! November 30th: Our lab has been awarded an ERC Consolidator grant. Amazing news! October 18th: A new research article from the lab is just out in Molecular Cell. October 1st: Congratulations to Bea for taking up a permanent staff scientist position in the lab (CNRS[…]
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 25th: Sophie has been selected to join the EMBO Young Investigator Programme: great news!
October 16th: Congratulations to Sandra Piquet for obtaining the research assistant position opened by the CNRS in our research unit (microscopy platform/Polo group)!
Registrations are open for the Franco-Japanese workshop on Epigenetics organized at Paris Diderot University on 6th-8th November 2017 (see poster below).
June 13th-16th : EMBO Conference on Hijacking host signalling and epigenetic mimicry during infections, held at Institut Pasteur, Paris, organized by Jonathan Weitzman and colleagues.
May 5th : Congratulations to Florent Hubé, Damien Ulveling, Alain Sureau, and Claire Francastel for their paper entitled “Short intron-derived ncRNAs” published in Nucleic Acids Research.
May 2nd : Congratulations to Valérie Mezger for her paper in collaboration with the team of Dr. Kazue Hashooto-Torii entitled “Variations in brain defects by prenatal alcohol exposure result from cellular mosaicism in the activation of heat shock signaling” published in Nature Communications.
March 15th : Congratulations to Bertrand Cosson and Alexandra Bomane for their collaborative paper with the group of William Ritchie entitled “IRFinder: Assessing the impact of intron retention on mammalian gene expression” published in Genome Biology.