Check out Annaël Brunet's latest paper from our lab, on the biophysical properties of a chromatin polymer interacting with a surface representing the nuclear lamina. The work results from a collaboration with Prof. Nicolas Destainville, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France. Physical constraints in polymer modeling of chromatin associations with the nuclear periphery at kilobase scale…Read more
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Philippe Collas and Dr. Nolwenn Briand, project group leader in the lab and co-PI on the grant, have obtained further funding from the Research Council to tackle epigenetic mechanisms associated with the beiging of white adipose tissue.Read more
Dr. Coen Campsteijn, project group leader in CollasLab since 2017, landed a new grant from the Research Council, allowing him to establish himself as independent PI in our Department. Coen will continue his work on nuclear envelope repair mechanisms. Good luck with your endeavors Coen!Read more
Dr. Aurélie Bellanger is originally from France and holds a PhD in the cell biology of breast cancer. After a 3-year postdoc working on nuclear envelope rupture and repair with Dr. Coen Campsteijn, affiliated with our lab, Aurélie obtained a new position as research scientist in the lab. She will work on aspects of chromatin…Read more
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