SKMB Meeting 2016

Gene Regulation Workshop

Wednesday September 7, 2016


Lausanne
Center for Integrative Genomics
Amphipôle - Auditoire C
Switzerland

 

The Gene Regulation Workshop is a one day meeting in Lausanne featuring internationally recognized scientists that work on molecular mechanisms controlling transcriptional and post-transcriptional responses in gene expression to cell-type specific, developmental or environmental cues.

 

Program

 

09h30  Welcome coffee

10h00  Laszlo Tora (IGBMC, Strasbourg, France)

            Dynamics of transcription and chromatin remodelling complexes in living cells

10h45  Catherine Dargemont (INSERM, Paris)

             The journey of mRNA from the chromatin to the nuclear pore complex

11h30   Alessandro Vannini (The Institute of Cancer Research, London, UK)

             New tricks for an old dog: Novel roles of RNA polymerase III gene transcription
             in oxidative stress and cancer

12h15    Lunch

14h15    Déborah Bourc'his (Institut Curie, Paris)

              Early epigenetic programming of phenotypes through transient genomic
              imprinting

15h00    Leemor Joshua-Tor (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA)

               All about U: destroying the let7 pre-miRNA

 15h45    David Gatfield (University of Lausanne)

               Translation across time and space: exploring interactions between circadian
               timekeeping and RNA biology

16h30     Apéro


Past Meetings

 


Future Meetings Planned

  • September 6, 2017
  • September 5, 2018
  • September 4, 2019
  • September 2, 2020

Organizers:
Prof. Martine Collart, UNIGE
Prof. Winship Herr, UNIL
Prof. Alexandre Reymond, UNIL
Prof. Thomas Schalch, UNIGE
Prof. David Shore, UNIGE

 

Information:

Free participation, however a registration will be required
Contact: staromics(at)cuso(dot)ch
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