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.
Check out our review “Latest insights on X-chromosome inactivation: When general principles should be revisited” by Madeleine and Claire, in Médecine/Sciences
Submission Deadlines 28 May 2021 Abstract 30 July 2021 Manuscript https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/18858/non-coding-rna-mediated-post-transcriptional-regulation-in-human-diseases
Alix Silvert, research engineer, has joined the IPOP-UP project. They started working on March 3, and their office is located inside of the BiBs platform’s space (room 329, Lamarck A). They will take care of animation for Université de Paris’ network of bioinformaticians.
Congratulations to Madeleine for her PhD defense “Regulation and function study of a lncRNA, XACT, in human suring early development and hematopietic system”. Congratulations Dr Moscatelli !
Congratulation to Aurélie de Thonel, Délara Sabéran-Djoneidi and Valérie Mezger for their article: Heat Shock Factor 2 Protects against Proteotoxicity by Maintaining Cell-Cell Adhesion DNA methylation in satellite repeats disorders published in Cell Rep. PMID: 31940498
Congratulation to Céline Morey for her special issue in “Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology, section Developmental Epigenetics” and entitled “Gene Regulation From the X-Chromosome During Development and Disease”
Baptiste Bogard won the first prize for the oral presentation of young researchers at the 2019 Myology Meeting Watch the video of the interview:
The Centre for Epigenetics and Cell Fate (UMR 7216 Epigénétique et Destin Cellulaire) was created in 2009 by the Université Paris Diderot and the CNRS. Thus began an ambitious project to build a new research and teaching center dedicated to epigenetics in the context of cell differentiation, development and disease. Over the past decade, the[…]