Unit Publications

Editorial Management

Each member of the Unit is involved in diverse research and non-research activities. Some are more devoted to teaching, others are editors, permanently or exceptionally during the time of a special issue. Here are some examples :

teaching

Dr. Pierre-Antoine DEFOSSEZ

Editor at Nucleic Acids Research

teachingDr. Claire FRANCASTEL

Editor at Scientific Reports

Guest Editor at Biology for a special issue : DNA Modifications and Their Alterations in Disease
teaching

Dr. Florent HUBE
Editor at Non-coding RNA (MDPI)
Editor at J (MDPI)
Associate Editor at Frontiers in genetics, section RNA
Guest Editor at Non-coding RNA for a topical collection : Non Coding RNA Methods
Guest Editor at Frontiers in BioScience for a special issue : Genetics and Epigenetics, who decides ?
Guest Editor at
Frontiers in Genetics & Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences, section RNA
for a special issue : Intron-centric transcription and its role in normal physiology and disease

teaching

Dr. Claire ROUGEULLE

Editor at Non-coding RNA
Guest Editor at Non-coding RNA for a special issue : Long non-coding RNAs, from an Evolutionary Perspective

teaching

Dr. Guillaume VELASCO

Guest Editor at Biology for a special issue : DNA Modifications and Their Alterations in Disease

teaching

Dr. Céline MOREY

Associate Editor at Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology, section Developmental Epigenetics
Guest Editor at Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology, section Developmental Epigenetics for a special issue : Gene Regulation From the X-Chromosome During Development and Disease

Publications by Teams

Aït-Si-Ali – Epigenetics Dynamics & Cellular Differenciation
Cosson – Post Transcriptional & Epigenetic Regulation
Defossez – DNA Methylation Dynamic of Eukaryotic Genome
Francastel – DNA Methylation and Non -Coding Rna in Health and Disease
Mezger – Developement and Environment Interface
Polo – Epigenome Integrity
Rougeulle – Non-Coding Rnas, Differenciation and Development
Weitzman – Plasticity of Cellular Phenotypes