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The next Epigenetics club meeting will take place next Friday May 10th at 10 am in the seminar room of the EMBL.
The next Chromatin club meeting will take place next Thursday April 11th 2019 at 10 am in the auditorium of the IAB. Continue reading “Next Epigenetics Meeting: Thursday, April 11th 2019 – 10am – IAB”
Novartis looks for a motivated Master student in the team lead by Mathias Frederiksen.
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The next Epigenetics club meeting will take place next Thursday December 13th at 10 am in the seminar room of the EMBL. Continue reading “Next Epigenetics Meeting : December 13th 2018 – 10am – EMBL”
The next Chromatin club meeting will take place next Thursday October 18th at 10 am in the auditorium of the IAB. Continue reading “Next Epigenetics Meeting: Thursday, October 18th 2018 – 10am – IAB”
we are delighted to announce the seminar on July 3rd at 11am in the Chadwick conference room of the ILL.
Panagis Filippakopoulos, Oxford University
Therapeutic targeting of acetylation-dependent circuitries in cancer
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The next Chromatin club meeting will be this Thursday October 6th, at 9:30 AM at the IBS at the Polygone Scietifique.
If you want to participate, you need to ask for the site entry permit before Monday Oct 3rd (included). Please see below. Continue reading “New Chromatin meeting : Thursday Oct 6th 9:30am, IBS2”
Following on our 2nd successful “Signal Through Chromatin” international symposium, we are pleased to announce that our local meetings are back !
The next one will take place the 09th of June from 10am to noon at IAB. The format will be as usual with one seminar followed by two short talks.
This time coffee break and lunch will be provided by our sponsor GATC Biotech and ThermoFisher.
We will have the following talks:
Seminar by Gael Yvert (ENS, Lyon)
Natural quantitative epigenomic variation within a yeast species: amount, properties and origin
Short talk by Encar García-Oliver (BIG, Grenoble)
Bdf1 bromodomains are essential for meiosis and bookmark meiotic specific genes
Short talk by Hitoshi Shiota (IAB, Grenoble)
From cancer to sperm: chromatin reorganisation by Nut
Our colleagues in Paris are organizing a workshop on 3C (Inserm). Registration will be close on Feb 12th 2016 !
More information here.
Please find below an advertisement for a post doc in Sophie’s lab, located in the Epigenetics and Cell Fate Centre in Paris. The position is initially for two years, starting from October 2015.
More information here. Link to her lab website.