Labex EPIGENMED Montpellier, France

From genome and epigenome to molecular medicine

Labex EpiGenMed PhD and Postdoc Day 2019

 

 Poster PhD Postdoc Day 2019

 

Labex EpiGenMed PhD & Postdoc Day

 

December 6th, 2019 at Genopolys Montpellier

 

Talks and posters by the Labex EpiGenMed PhDs and Postdocs 10h-17h

 

Invited speaker: Kiran PADMANABHAN

Chromatin state regulation and the mammalian circadian clock.

 

Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon

 

Guest Talk at 14h

 

 

Click here for the program!

 

Registration by November 25th, 2019 at https://forms.gle/u8p5PNh6jRMr2paM9

 

Registration is free but required

 

 

 

Postdoctoral Program 2019

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Poster postdoctoral campaign 2019

 

 

 

The Labex (Laboratory of Excellence) EpiGenMed is a Health Sciences interdisciplinary collaborative research program at the University of Montpellier that involves 58 leading research laboratories in 14 scientific institutes in the area.

 

Five major axes of research are supported by this initiative:

 

• Genome and Epigenome

• Cell Cycle, Cell Fate and Development

• Infection and immunity

• Integrating Systems in Neuroscience

• Biophysics and Systems Biology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The EpiGenMed post-doctoral program 2019 offers several fellowships for a period of 2 years (1 year renewable).

 

The EpiGenMed research group leaders will select their candidate who has to be validated by the Labex EpiGenMed Scientific Committee.

 

Applications should be send directly to the following team leaders.

Read more: Postdoctoral Program 2019

Montpellier is awarded the Label I-SITE

Logo MUSE EN Original 

After a hearing before an international jury on February 21st, the project “Montpellier University of Excellence” (MUSE) was awarded the label Initiatives – Science – Innovation – Territoires – Economie” (I-SITE) established within the French program “Investissements d’Avenir”.

 

Read more: Montpellier is awarded the Label I-SITE

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