INC ACADEMY

INC Academy is organised by the International Nucleome Consortium (INC) funded by the COST action. Our virtual events are every second Thursday at 5pm CET, 4pm BST, 8am PDT. These include hands-on tutorials, regular webinars, reports from short-term scientific missions and more. The schedule of future events and the list of past events are provided below.

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January 27, 2022

5pm CET, 4pm GMT

Graphic design based on “phase contrast image of a monolayer of K2 Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO)cells (left panel), and in the right panel, immunofluorescence staining using an antibody against a component of the nuclear lamina. “ Photo credit: Gerace L, Blum, Blobel G (1978) J. Cell Biol. 79, 546-56.

Antoine Coulon

Institut Curie, CNRS, Paris, France 

Probing chromosome mechanics in the interphase nucleus

A. Rasim Barutcu (Blencowe lab)

University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

Systematic mapping of nuclear domain-associated transcripts and alternative splicing events by APEX-seq

December 16, 2021

5pm CET, 4pm GMT

Graphic design based on “phase contrast image of a monolayer of K2 Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO)cells (left panel), and in the right panel, immunofluorescence staining using an antibody against a component of the nuclear lamina. “ Photo credit: Gerace L, Blum, Blobel G (1978) J. Cell Biol. 79, 546-56.

Leonie Ringrose

Institute of Biology, Humboldt University, Berlin

Theoretical and experimental investigation of Z-DNA as an epigenetic switch

Irene Farabella

CNAG-CRG, Barcelona, Spain

Three-dimensional genome organization via triplex-forming RNAs

June 29 – July 1st, 2022

SYMPOSIUM & ANNUAL MC MEETING

CBI, Toulouse, France

Nuclear Architecture & Function

November 4, 2021

5pm CET, 4pm GMT

Graphic design based on “chromatin fibers from N. maculosus erythrocyte nuclei”

@ Woodcock Chris. 

Tamar Schlick & Stephanie Portillo-Ledesma

New York University, Arts & Science, New York, USA

“Modeling Chromatin Architecture Transitions in Biological Processes”

Amith Zafal (Jost lab)

LBMC, ENS de Lyon, Lyon, France

“Painters in chromatin: a unified framework for the establishment and maintenance of the epigenomic information”

PAST EVENTS & VIDEOS

WEBINARS

Amith Zafal Abdulla

“Painters in chromatin: a unified framework for the establishment and maintenance of the epigenomic information”

Kristan Piroeva

“Nucleosome repositioning in chronic lymphocytic leukemia”

Liudmila Mikheeva

The role of insulators and transcription in 3D chromatin organisation of flies”

Guillermo Orsi

“Chromatin contortions to fit into the cricket sperm nucleus”

Jian Ma

“NIH 4DN and the nuclear architecture research in my lab”

Argyris Papantonis

Spatial genome architecture in development and disease”

Wu Chao-Ting

“Develop, implement, and disseminate imaging, analysis, and modeling tools for elucidating the 3D organization of genomes in their entirety”

Job Dekker

“Effects of cohesin ring opening on chromosome folding”

Jan-Michael Peters

“Does cohesin mediate DNA loop extrusion and sister chromatid cohesion through distinct or related mechanisms?”

Adele Marston

“Chromosome organization in meiosis”

Maria Carmo-Fonseca

“The challenge of measuring splicing kinetics”

Guillaume Andrey

The regulatory, transcriptional and phenotypical costs of non-coding mutations at the Pitx1 locus

Luca Fiorillo & Francesco Musella

“Comparison of the Hi-C, GAM and SPRITE methods by using polymer models of chromatin”

Gabriele Girelli

“A journey to the center of the nucleus – developing GPSeq”

Haitham Shaban

Nanoscale Imaging of chromatin structure and dynamics in Single Living Cells

Jekaterina Erenpreisa

“Cancer cells reveal scale-free genome regulation by pericentric chromatin domains”

Judith Zaugg

“Predictive Gene Regulatory Network Models to Study Ageing and Disease Mechanisms”

Chris Toseland

Nanoscale organisation of transcription regulated by nuclear myosins

Alberto Bueno-Costa

“Epigenetic and Epitranscriptomic changes in leukemic transdifferentiation”

Andréa Willemin

“Context-independent function of a topological boundary in mice”

Annick Lesne

ShRec3D: combining distance geometry and contact networks for a fast and easy 3D genome reconstruction

Kiran Kumari

“Computing the spatial organization and dynamics of chromatin domains”

Hossein Salari

“How heterogeneous organization of interphase chromosome leads to local anomalous diffusions”

Rodrigo Villaseñor

Chromatin meets its proteome – revealing genome function through chromatin proteomics

Mario Nicodemi

“Polymer phase separation controls chromatin architecture in single-cells”

Maria Cristina Gambetta

Molecular basis of gene insulation in Drosophila”

Gesa Loof

Specific 3D genome topologies distinguish epiblast and primitive endoderm in the early embryo

Michał Kadlof

“Chromatin modelling methods”

Marco Di Stefano

“Epigenomics-based modeling of the Arabidopsis thaliana genome”

Todor Gitchev

Dynamic modelling of chromosome folding in C. elegans suggests in vivo z-loops formation

Melita Vidaković

“Epi-cure: Epi-CRISPR targeted DNA methylation of Arx gene as a potential therapeutic strategy in diabetes”

Marc A. Marti Renom

“Chromosome walking with super-resolution imaging and modeling”

TUTORIALS

Jonas Paulsen

Using Chrom3D to generate 3D genome models”

ANNUAL WG MEETING

December 3, 2020

Presentation of INC working group activities

WG1: Network building and strengthening | slides | video

Communication Team | slides | video

WG2: Challenging the frontiers of experimental resolution | slides | video

WG3: Developing big data analysis and applying 3D modelling tools | slides | video

WG4: Exploit the Nucleome in heatlh and agriculture | slides | video

WG5: Nucleome inspired technology transfer | slides | video

poster gallery

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Tuncay Baubec

Maria Cristina Gambetta

Sarah Hurtado-Bagès

Daniel Jost

Vladimir Teif

Melita Vidaković

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