As an FP7 European Community-funded Network of Excellence, EpiGeneSys’s goals go further than simply funding a research project—our extensive training program is helping to build a bridge between the fields of epigenetics and systems biology and our public education mission will communicate the science in an accessible and interesting fashion while awakening young pupils’ interest in research.
More than 280 scientists attended the fifth Annual Meeting of EpiGeneSys. The conference kicked off with a talk by coordinator Geneviève Almouzni, Director of the Research Center at the Institut Curie, highlighting the achievements of the network over more than five years. [...]
The last training workshop of the EpiGeneSys network.
[...] exciting talks and network with members of the Chromatin community!
...learn about current approaches to single cell epigenetics and to meet up and network with [...]