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Céline is a permanent researcher (CR1) with the INSERM. She did her PhD in the Mouse Molecular Genetics Unit at the Pasteur Institute, on the characterisation of genomic elements involved in the initiation step of random X-chromosome inactivation using targeted mutagenesis in mouse embryonic stem (ES) cells. Then she did a three year postdoctoral training in Wendy Bickmore’s lab in Edinburgh where she studied the nuclear re-organisation associated with the activation of Hox gene clusters during mouse development using 3-dimensional fluorescence in situ hybridisation techniques (3D FISH).