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Gene Regulation Workshop

(former SKMB meeting)

University of Lausanne
Génopode C
Lausanne, Switzerland

Regulation from DNA to Protein

The Gene Regulation Workshop is a one day meeting in Lausanne featuring internationally recognized scientists that work on molecular mechanisms controlling transcriptional and post-transcriptional responses in gene expression to cell-type specific, developmental or environmental cues.

Register here (deadline 29.08.2018)

2018 Speakers

9:30-10:00Welcome Coffee
10:00-10:45David Tollervey
Wellcome Centre for Cell Biology, University of Edinburgh, UK
Pathways to Degradation
10:45-11:30Maria-Elena Torres-Padilla
Institute of Epigenetics and Stem Cells, Helmholtz Centrum München, Germany
Epigenetic mechanisms of early development: building up the nucleus
11:30-12:15Jürg Müller
Max-Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany
Molecular mechanisms of chromatin regulation by the Polycomb/trithorax system
14:15-15:00Maria Barna
Departments of Developmental Biology and Genetics, Stanford University, USA
Specialized ribosomes: A new frontier in gene regulation, organismal biology, & evolution
15:00-15:45L. Stirling Churchman
Genetics Department, Harvard Medical School, USA
Probing gene regulation across the cell
15:45-16:30Karsten Weis
Institute of Biochemistry, ETH Zurich


Martine Collart, UNIGE
David Gatfield, UNIL
Winship Herr, UNIL
David Shore, UNIGE
Florian Steiner, UNIGE


Corinne Dentan


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