Monthly Archives: January 2021

Our latest paper on polymer modeling of chromatin at the nuclear lamina is out!

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…
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Dr. Aurélie Bellanger continues in the lab as research scientist

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…
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