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Seminar

From Wednesday, March 16th, 2022 To Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022
Centre de recherche - Paris - Amphithéâtre Hélène Martel-Massignac (BDD)

Epigenetics - 17th edition - From nuclear organization to metabolism and cell fate in normal state and diseases

The aim of this course is to provide an overview of epigenetic mechanisms and their links to gene expression and chromatin dynamics, in different systems. The diverse functions of the nucleus involving the genome and its organization will be discussed with an emphasis on technological limits and the new experimental approaches being developed today. Links between the disruption of nuclear functions and the development of human pathologies will be discussed. This year emphasis will be on the physiological and pathological aspects of epigenetics in relation with metabolism and maintenance of cell identity.  

The success of the course relies on the contributions of participants who are expected to be proactive and to participate in all of the events organized, including Poster sessions, Journal Club, "career development" workshop on Saturday morning and the "epi-Courses", such as the “Art & Science” workshop.

A special session will be devoted to 3 alumni students who have gone on to successful careers in the field of Epigenetics.

Hosted by

Dr. Nathalie Dostatni
Dynamique du noyau (UMR3664)

Institut Curie

Dr. Geneviève Almouzni
Dynamique du noyau (UMR3664)

Institut Curie

Dr. Iva Simeonova
Dynamique du noyau (UMR3664)

Institut Curie

Seminar suggested by Marine Poupon,
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To sum up

Main topics discussed during the 17th Course on Epigenetics: metabolism and cell identity determination

- Epigenetics and Chromatin Dynamics
- Imaging the Nucleus and its functions
- Silencing, transcriptional landscapes and genomics
- Memory of transcriptional states, stem cells and reprogramming
- Epigenetics : quantitative approaches and theoretical models
- Maintenance of (Epi)genome integrity
- Epigenetics and Cancer