PhD student (ITN aDDRess)
Equipe : intégrité de l épigenome
Téléphone : +33 (0)1 57 27 89 30
Pièce n°: 422

Enrico obtained his Master’s degree in Functional Genomics at the University of Trieste, Italy, in 2019. His Master’s internship was focused on investigating the action of HMGA1, a chromatin architectural factor, on breast cancer nuclear stiffness. He joined Sophie Polo’s lab in 2019 as a PhD student in the framework of the Innovative Training Network aDDRess. His project focuses on heterochromatin maintenance in response to DNA breaks.


  • Chansard A.*, Pobega E.*, Caron P., Polo S.E. Imaging the response to DNA damage in heterochromatin domains. Front Cell Dev Biol, 10: 920267, 2022. *: equal contribution
  • Caron P.*, Pobega E.*, Polo S.E.. DNA double-strand break repair: All roads lead to heterochROMAtin marks. Front Genet, 12: 730696, 2021. *: equal contribution
  • Caron P., Pobega E., Polo S.E. A molecular Rosetta Stone to decipher the impact of chromatin features on the repair of Cas9-mediated DNA double-strand breaks. Mol Cell, 81:2059-2060, 2021
  • Senigagliesi B., Penzo C., Severino L.U., Maraspini R., Petrosino S., Morales-Navarrete H., Pobega E., Ambrosetti E., Parisse P., Pegoraro S., Manfioletti G., Casalis L. and Sgarra R.. The High Mobility Group A1 (HMGA1) Chromatin Architectural Factor Modulates Nuclear Stiffness in Breast Cancer Cells. Int J Mol Sci, 20: 2733, 2019.