Read this nice piece by Carolina Perdigoto commenting on our recent Hi-C paper during Drosophila zygotic genome activation and the single-cell Hi-C in oocytes and early mouse embryos by the Tachibana-Konwalski laboratory.
Have a look at Aarón’s latest work together with the Leidel laboratory!
We are looking for an outstanding fellow to work on mobile genetic elements and zebrafish development using genomic approaches. If you are interested, you can find all the details here:
A News & Views feature of our latest research with the Torres-Padilla lab!
We are excited to present the launch of ZENCODE-ITN, a EC-funded Innovative Training Network focused on zebrafish genomics. We will be recruiting for this project shortly, together with the other 15 partners. So if you are interested in joining us for this exciting project, please send Juanma (firstname.lastname@example.org) an email.
Last week, and just in time to enjoy the Christmas markets, Kai Kruse joined the lab to work on different aspects of chromatin conformation analysis. Kai is coming to Muenster after receiving his PhD from the Laboratory of Molecular Biology earlier in the year working under the supervision of Madan Babu. A big welcome to Kai!
We are currently looking for Postdoctoral Fellows interested in working on computational analyses of chromatin regulation. The deadline for applications is on 1 Oct 2014. For more information, please see Computational Postdoc position Aug 2014.
Many thanks for the interest so far in our available computational PhD positions! Only two weeks left until the deadline. For more information, please see PhD positions July 2014.
Noelia Díaz joins the lab! Noelia just finished her PhD work under Prof. Francesc Piferrer’s supervision at the Institute of Marine Sciences, in Barcelona, analysing the effect of environment on the regulation of sex differentiation in European sea bass. Welcome, Noelia!