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Anton CROMBACH, INRIA La Doua

Evolution of the D. melanogaster chromatin landscape and its associated proteins
When Mar 25, 2019
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Contact Name Equipe Sémon Pantalacci - Salle Condorcet (1 place de l'école)
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Contact : Sophie Pantalacci

Anton has just settled in La Doua (INRIA) and the idea is to have him knowing/ being known from the Gerland campus.

Anton studies the evolution of gene regulatory networks in eukaryotes using mathematical models, computer simulations, and bioinformatic data analysis. His recent (ongoing) work includes exploring the evolution of chromatin-associated proteins in Drosophila and assessing the implications of large mutations on 3D genomes. Additionally, he collaborates with the group of Alex Fleischmann (Brown, USA) to decipher the gene network underlying neuronal specification in the olfactory/piriform cortex of mice.
http://anton.cromba.ch/