2021
12 avril
20 avril
Poster
Cours 2e & 3e cycle universitaire

Joint Courses on Post Transcriptional Gene Regulation and Genome Instability

The study of the mutual interactions between the DNA damage response and RNA metabolism represents an emerging/growing field of research.

Two international Curie courses (“5th Course on Post-transcriptional gene regulation” and “3rd Course on Genome integrity and human diseases”) will exceptionally join their efforts in 2021 to provide the background on post-transcriptional gene regulation and maintenance of genome stability from mechanistic studies to omics-based approaches. You can check the program for more information.

This edition will take place in real-time virtual format (GMT+1). Participation is free of charge and participants are selected by the scientific committee (check below the documents needed for application).

 

 

Cours en Anglais
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Présentation

Objectifs

The goal of the "post-transcriptional gene regulation" course is to promote the study of post-transcriptional regulations, from molecular mechanisms to genome-wide networks (using RNA-Seq, PolyA-Seq, CLIP- Seq, Ribosome profiling, etc.).

The field of post-transcriptional regulations has greatly expanded these last years, especially in relation to cancer, epigenetics and “omics” studies. Thus, this course is of interest for many groups at Institut Curie and IBENS, and is complementary to other Curie international courses (e.g. epigenetics, genetic instability, noncoding genome).

In 2021, we have decided to join the 5th Edition of the "post-transcriptional gene regulation " course with the 3rd edition of the "genome integrity and human disease" course, which was planned to happen in April, 2020 and was cancelled following sanitary mesures.

The "genome integrity and human disease" course objective is to introduce students to basic mechanisms contributing to the maintenance of genome stability from molecular mechanisms up to omics approaches.

Moreover, the study of the mutual interactions between the DNA damage response and RNA metabolism represents an emerging/growing field of research.

This course in sponsored by Société francaise du Cancer.

Travail personnel

– Poster (w/ pre-recorded video)
– Chairing a speaker

Information sur les ECTS

N/A

Thèmes de recherche

Informations pratiques

Infos pratiques

Online course.

Participants must attend all sessions.

Documents needed for registration:

-C.V. & Abstract of research project (one PDF document)
-Letter of Motivation

Note: Selected Master & PhD candidates will need a letter of their team leader authorizing their participation to the whole course).

 

 

Résultat de sélection
March 19, 2021
Il n'y a pas de frais d’inscription pour ce cours
Lieu
Online
Online

Effectif maximum

50 personnes

Effectifs

50

Conditions de selection

- Young researchers (mainly PhD students, but also Master students and postdocs) with a background in molecular biology.

- Students from the ENS Master 2 IMaLis (Interdisciplinary Master in Life Sciences)

Note: For a successful application, please upload both a C.V and your abstract project in the same PDF when registering.

Intervenants

Intervenants

Matthias ALTMEYER, CH

Florence BESSE, FR

Maria CARMO-FONSECA, PT

Jeffrey CHAO, CH

Frédéric CHEDIN, US

Dipanjan CHOWDHURY, US

Fabrizio D'ADDA DI FAGAGNA, IT

Monika GULLEROVA, UK

Gaëlle LEGUBE, FR

Benoit PALANCADE, FR

Lori PASSMORE, UK

Schraga SCHWARTZ, IL

Jesper SVEJSTRUP, UK

Dominique WEIL, FR

Anne WILLIS, UK

Keynote speakers

Karlene CIMPRICH, US

Davide RUGGERO, US

Organisateurs

Valérie BORDE (CNRS UMR3244 Curie – équipe Borde)

Aura CARREIRA (CNRS UMR3348 Curie  – équipe Carreira)

Chunlong CHEN (CNRS UMR3244 Curie – équipe Chen)

Martin DUTERTRE (CNRS UMR3348 Curie – équipe Vagner)

Sarah LAMBERT (CNRS UMR3348 Curie  – équipe Lambert)

Hervé LE HIR (CNRS UMR8197 / Inserm U1024 / IBENS – équipe Le Hir)

Patricia UGUEN (CNRS UMR3348 Curie – équipe Vagner)

Stéphan VAGNER (CNRS UMR3348 Curie  – équipe Vagner)

Comité scientifique

Valérie BORDE (CNRS UMR3244 Curie – équipe Borde)

Aura CARREIRA (CNRS UMR3348 Curie  – équipe Carreira)

Chunlong CHEN (CNRS UMR3244 Curie – équipe Chen)

Martin DUTERTRE (CNRS UMR3348 Curie – équipe Vagner)

Sarah LAMBERT (CNRS UMR3348 Curie  – équipe Lambert)

Hervé LE HIR (CNRS UMR8197 / Inserm U1024 / IBENS – équipe Le Hir)

Patricia UGUEN (CNRS UMR3348 Curie – équipe Vagner)

Stéphan VAGNER (CNRS UMR3348 Curie  – équipe Vagner)

Avec

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Organisation

  • UMR 3348 - Stress Génotoxiques et Cancer