Due to the high quality of the submitted proposals EpiGeneSys has decided to select not just one but three excellent proposals!
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.
AUG 30th-SEP 5th, 2013
Join us for 5 days in Greece with 24 top instructors.
MAY, 16-17th, 2013
We are pleased to invite you to the 1st Epigenesys student / postdoc training workshop of 2013 to be held at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona.
MARCH 20-27th, 2013
The 9th course on Epigenetics was organised by Institut Curie in partnership with UPMC and co-organised by EpiGeneSys.
JANUARY 16-18th, 2013
In January more than 160 participants followed the invitation and came to the ...
|Epigenetic Mechanisms and Genetic Diseases - Tue, May 21st 2013- Wed, May 22nd 2013|
|The new epigenetic mark - 5-Hydroxymethylcytosine: What is its function? - Thu, Jun 13th 2013- Thu, Jun 13th 2013|
|Chromatin, Replication and Chromosomal Stability meeting 2013 - Mon, Jun 17th 2013- Wed, Jun 19th 2013|
|21 Jerusalem School in Life Sciences - Sun, Jul 21st 2013- Thu, Jul 25th 2013|
|IMB International Summer School 2013 - Mon, Jul 22nd 2013- Fri, Aug 30th 2013|
Residing in the physical heart of the cell, the nucleus has now fully shed its once one-dimensional reputation as the repository for genetic information and steady supplier of messages to the cytoplasm. This sea change…
An open call for bilateral Franco-German projects in human epigenomics from the ANR-France has been announced! The deadline to submit a "declaration of intention" is March 29th, 2013. Click here for the announcement (in French).
Edith Heard, named a Chair of the Collège de France in Epigenetics and Cellular Memory will be giving weekly lectures starting in February that, in the tradition of this great institution, are free for anyone to attend. Lectures (in French) are from 16-17:30…
Watch the Nobel Prize winner, Sir John Gurdon, speak about winning the prize and about his revolutionary work on nuclear reprogramming.