Cours international

1st Course on Non-Coding Genome - 2012

One of the major goals of this course is to give an overview of potential impact of the non coding part of the genome during the cell life. This covers not only regulatory non-coding RNAs, but also unknown ncRNAs such as those emerging from repetitive sequences, both playing a crucial role in the expression and maintenance of the genomes.The course will describe the biogenesis pathways of different ncRNAs, as well as the mechanisms of gene regulation and genome defence implicating these RNAs. It will cover recent achievements in ncRNA detection, emerging findings of novel ncRNA species in the context of development, cellular differentiation and human diseases.

Organizers: Déborah Bourc’his, Edith Heard, Marta Kwapisz, Arturo Londono, Antonin Morillon, Marina Pinskaya, FranckToledo

M2 or PhD students (up to 30) from French and European universities.
10 positions are reserved to M2 students from UPMC.
Open access to scientific community of Ile-de-France, subject to availablity.

Students and speakers will meet every day during coffee breaks and lunchtime and will have an opportunity to exchange.

Selection upon basis of applications (CV, motivation letter, references)

June 4 - 8, 2012
18 March 2012

Marie Curie Lecture Hall, Institut Curie
11-13, rue Pierre & Marie Curie, 75005 Paris

End March, 2012

No registration fees

Déborah Bourc’his (CR, CNRS/Inserm),
Edith Heard (DRCE, CNRS/Inserm),
Marta Kwapisz (CR, CNRS),
Arturo Londono (CR, CNRS),
Antonin Morillon (DR, CNRS),
Marina Pinskaya (MC, UPMC),
Franck Toledo (PR, UPMC)

Pervasive transcription.
Regulatory Small non-coding RNA (miRNA, siRNA, piRNA) in eukaryotes
Long non-coding RNA and transcriptional gene silencing
Non-coding DNA and maintenance of genome integrity
Non-coding RNA of unknown function

Scientific articles chosen on the theme of the course will be attributed to applicants of UPMC for presentation and discussion with the audience.


Active Motif
Life Technologies