Cours international

8th course on Epigenetics - 2012

The aim of this course is to provide an overview of the epigenetic mechanisms and their link to chromatin dynamics. The different functions of the nucleus involving the genome and its organization will be discussed with an emphasis on the technological limits and the new experimental approaches developed today. Links between the disruption of nuclear function and the development of human pathologies will be discussed.

Organizers: Geneviève Almouzni and Nathalie Dostatni

. M2 or PhD students (up to 12) from parisian universities. 5 positions reserved to M2 students from UPMC.
. M2 or PhD students from France at large and European universities (up to 12).
Students and speakers will meet every day during lunch time and will have the opportunity to exchange.

This course is validated by UPMC - Paris VI University - 3ECTS or equivalent of 35 hours

Selection upon basis of applications.
Scientific articles chosen on the theme of the course will be attributed to selected applicants who will present and discuss these articles.

To register to this course, you have to create your account on the website. Then, you will be able to proceed with the registration to this course with the "registration" button on this page.

14 - 21 March, 2012
17 October 2011

Institut Curie - Paris

Beginning January 2012

No registration fees

Geneviève Almouzni (DRCE, CNRS), Sébastien Bloyer (MC, UPMC), Nathalie Dostatni (DR2, CNRS)

Epigenetics and Chromatin Dynamics
Imaging the Nucleus and its function
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 pathologies (cancer, diabetes, neuro-degenerative diseases)

Epigenetic Imagin(in)g

Saturday morning (March 17th)
Brunch on career development organized by the PhDs of the organizing team.

UPMC

 Cancéropôle Ile de France

 Fondation Pierre-Gilles de Gennes pour la Recherche

 Epigenesys

 Nikon

Thermofisher
Epigentek
Abcam