There are open positions for PhD students! If you are interested to perform a PhD thesis on the chemical biology and biophysics of chromatin, directly contact: [email protected]
We have also openings for Postdoctoral fellows!
Head of the laboratory
E-mail: [email protected]
Email : [email protected]
Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
Institut des sciences et ingénierie chimiques
EPFL SB ISIC LCBM
CH B3 485 (Bât. CH)
Check out the new review with the Michael Poirier on chromatin dynamics in Annual Review of Biophysics!
Check out the preprint of our new study on how pioneer transcription factors can invade compact chromatin fibers.
A new synthesis for nucleosomes asymetrically modified at H3K36.
Check our our new review on the chemical biology and biophysics of chromatin silencing in Curr. Opin. Chem. Biol.
Congrats to Sinan, Iuliia and Carolin for having their paper on the effect of uH2A.X on chromatin structure accepted in Chemical Science!
Our paper in Nature Communications on “Single-molecule FRET reveals multiscale chromatin dynamics modulated by HP1α”.
Congrats to Ninad, for passing his PhD exam.
We thank the Novartis Foundation for Biomedical Research for funding our project investigating molecular mechanisms of DNA repair regulation.
We are excited to have been awarded an SV-iPhD grant, together with the Suter lab (UPSUTER) on pioneer TF mechanisms.
The LCBM welcomes Kristina Makasheva, a new PhD student.
It was a great summer school in Chemical Biology! Thanks to all the great speakers and participants for this inspiring event.
Congratulations to Rebeca for successfully defending her Master thesis.
Congratulations to Louise for successfully defending her PhD thesis.
Congratulations to Jade for finishing her apprenticeship in the LCBM and for receiving two prizes by the Labo Ecole.
Congratulations to Andreas for successfully defending his PhD.
Congratulations to Mathilde for successfully defending her Master Thesis.
The LCBM welcomes a new scientific collaborator, Ruud Hovius.