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NameCountrySummaryTechniquesCan host STSM?ORCID
María Espinosa
ArgentinaI am away from the experimental work now (scarcity of resources). I am interested in science and education about the interaction between genome and the environment because the risks of environmental contamination have for health.Maybe0000-0003-3034-9302

Jan Smrek

AustriaPolymer physicsBiological physics, Polymer modeling, Numerical simulations, Molecular Dynamics, Kinetic Monte-CarloYes
Wim Vanden BergheBelgiumBisulfiteSeq, Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Proteomics (mass spectrometry, etc.), Biochemistry, Nanopore sequencing, Pacbio sequencing, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysis, pathway enrichment analysissYes0000-0003-0161-7355
Shazie Yuein-MyahkovaBulgaria
HMGB1 - a chromatin protein involved in cellular and extracellular signaling and its role in cancer;
Mechanisms of synchronization between different processes taking place during replication, repair and transcription of DNA.
FISH (DNA, RNA), Superresolution Microscopy, Immunofluorescence, Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Biochemistry, Live cell microscopy, FRAP, Flow cytometry, Bioinformatics, Image analysisMaybe0000-0002-0573-5685
Đurđica UgarkovićCroatiaFISH (DNA, RNA), Chip-Seq, Electron microscopy, Immunofluorescence, Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Biochemistry, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysisYes0000-0002-9450-3551
Željka Pezer SakačCroatiaFISH (DNA, RNA), Chip-Seq, Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Biochemistry, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysisYes
Jan Palecek
Czech RepublicOur lab studies assembly and functions of the Structure Maintenance of Chromosome (SMC) complexes (particularly, SMC5/6 complex). We use combination of genetic, biochemical and bioinformatic methods to get deep insights into their features.Chip-Seq;Electron microscopy;Immunofluorescence;Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.);Proteomics (mass spectrometry, etc.);Structural Biology (NMR, X-ray);Biochemistry. protein-protein interaction, protein-DNA interaction. Bioinformatics;NGS data analysis;Visualization/graphicsMaybe0000-0002-6223-5169
Barbora Kozlikova Czech RepublicOur laboratory, Visitlab, at the Faculty of Informatics, specialized on the visualization and visual analysis of scientific data. We have a long-term experience in designing novel visual representations for biomolecular data.Bioinformatics;Machine learning & AI;Molecular Dynamics;Software/pipeline development;Algorithmics;Visualization/graphicsMaybe0000-0003-0045-0872
David HonysCzech RepublicBioinformatics, NGS data analysis, Image analysisChip-Seq, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Proteomics (mass spectrometry, etc.), Single-cell technologies.Yes
Daniel Jost FranceIn close connection with experimentalists, our computational research aims at probing the universal principles driving chromatin folding and regulation, while contextualizing our approaches to fundamental, specific problems of 3D genomics.Biological physics, Polymer modeling, Machine learning & AI, Deep learning/neural networks, Numerical simulations, Molecular Dynamics, Kinetic Monte-Carlo, Dynamical systems. Stochastic modeling, Polymer lattice modelsYes0000-0002-9877-6864
Julie ChaumeilFranceHi-C and similar 'C' techniques (3C, 4C, 5C, capture Hi-C, etc.), FISH (DNA, RNA), Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Image analysis, Maybe0000-0002-8976-2890
Aurele PiazzaFranceHi-C and similar 'C' techniques (3C, 4C, 5C, capture Hi-C, etc.), Chip-Seq, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), NGS data analysis, DNA recombination, DNA repairNo0000-0002-7722-0955
Marco Di Stefano

FranceHi-C and similar 'C' techniques (3C, 4C, 5C, capture Hi-C, etc.), Superresolution Microscopy, Biological physics, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, Polymer modeling, Integrative/restraint-based modeling, Molecular Dynamics, Software/pipeline developmentMaybe0000-0001-6195-4754

Annick Lesne
FranceMy research focuses on the tole of physical mechanisms in genome organization and function, using modeling and analysis tools from theoretical physics.Biological physics, Biomathematics, Biostatistics, Polymer modeling, Dynamical systemsMaybe0000-0002-6647-612X

Loucif Remini

FranceModelling the multi scale organisation of polycomb domains Biological physics;Biomathematics;Biostatistics;Polymer modeling;Numerical simulations;Kinetic Monte-Carlo;Dynamical systemsMaybe

Jean-Charles Walter

FranceBiophysical modeling of DNA organization in bacteria and drosophilaBiological physics;Polymer modeling;Numerical simulations;Molecular Dynamics;Kinetic Monte-Carlo;Visualization/graphicsYes0000-0002-7313-0100

Krister Swenson

FranceI develop mathematical models and combinatorial algorithms for whole genome synteny comparison through large-scale rearrangement. I study the links between rearrangement breakpoints and Hi-C contacts/spacial proximity. Biomathematics;Bioinformatics;AlgorithmicsMaybe0000-0001-8690-1261

Ralf Everaers

FranceBiological physics;Polymer modeling;Numerical simulations;Molecular Dynamics;Kinetic Monte-Carlo;AlgorithmicsYes0000-0002-6843-2753

Benjamin Audit

FranceWe are a computational lab interested in DNA replication and chromatin-mediated genome evolution. The latter involves the modelling of sequence-encoded nucleosome positioning and the analysis of its impacts on genome sequence dynamics.Biological physics;Bioinformatics;Machine learning & AI;Deep learning/neural networks;Numerical simulations;NGS data analysisYes0000-0003-2683-9990

Christophe Zimmer

FranceDNA/RNA FISH, Superresolution Microscopy, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering, Polymer modeling;Machine learning & AI;Deep learning/neural networks;Numerical simulations;Molecular Dynamics;Image analysis;Software/pipeline developmentMaybe0000-0001-9910-1589

Antoine Coulon

FranceWe study how the physical organization of the genome in the nucleus relates to the regulation of its expression at multiple spatio-temporal scales, with approaches combining single-molecule imaging and physical modeling.DNA/RNA FISH, Superresolution Microscopy, Biological physics;Polymer modeling;Kinetic Monte-Carlo;Image analysisMaybe0000-0003-4003-6043

Nicolas Destainville

FranceI work in the Statistical Physics group of the Laboratoire de Physique Théorique in Toulouse (CNRS/Univ.). I am a theoretical physicist working on living matter-related issues, notably nucleic acids, in collaboration with experimentalists. Biological physics;Polymer modeling;Numerical simulations;Molecular Dynamics;Kinetic Monte-CarloMaybe0000-0003-3867-5102

Manoel Manghi

FranceStatistical physics in biological polymers: DNA denaturation, electrostatic interactions in DNA, plectonemes, statistical analysis of tethered particle motion experimentsBiological physics;Polymer modeling;Numerical simulations;Kinetic Monte-CarloNo0000-0002-0146-3950

Fabian Erdel

FranceWe want to understand how patterns of histone marks along the genome are established and maintained and how this is linked to the formation of chromatin subcompartments.Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering, Biochemistry, Single-cell technologies, Biological physics;Bioinformatics;NGS data analysis;Image analysis;Software/pipeline developmentMaybe

Nelle Varoquaux

FranceI develop statistical learning tool for analysing and integrating -omics data.

My group is interested in understanding the mechanisms underling the evolution and adaptation of micro-organisms.
Biostatistics;Bioinformatics;Machine learning & AI;Software/pipeline development;Algorithmics;Visualization/graphicsNo

Sandrine Le Noir

FranceBy using mouse models, I am studying (i) how the IgH enhancers orchestrate B cell nuclear organization (nuclear and supranucleosomal scales) and (ii) how this organization is mandatory to maintain genome stability.Hi-C & similar 'C' techniques; DNA/RNA FISH; ATAC-Seq; Immunofluorescence; Transcriptomics, Bioinformatics;NGS data analysis;Image analysis;Software/pipeline developmentMaybe0000-0002-2297-4186

Kerstin Bystricky

FranceHi-D, ANCHOR, image analysisYes0000-0001-6717-3721

Yegor Vassetzky

FranceMy laboratory works on the role of nuclear organization in cancer and genetic diseasesHi-C & similar 'C' techniques; DNA/RNA FISH; Chip-Seq;ATAC-Seq; Immunofluorescence; Genome engineering; Transcriptomics; Single-cell technologies; Biostatistics;Bioinformatics; Image analysis; Visualization/graphicsYes0000-0003-3101-7043
Ana Pombo GermanyWe study mechanisms of gene expression from the local action of transcription factors, to long-range chromatin looping, to how whole chromosomes are positioned within cell nuclei, in mammalian cells and especially neurons.GAM, FISH (DNA, RNA), Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Single-cell technologies, Bioinformatics, Molecular Dynamics, NGS data analysis, Software/pipeline developmentYes0000-0002-7493-6288
Argyris Papantonis GermanyChIP-seq, RNA-seq, Hi-CYes
Michael Hausmann
Germany Experimental and Radiation Biophysics; DNA labelling by computer designed nano-probes; chromatin architecture on the micro- and nano-scale; sequence patterning for chromatin organization; nano-scale protein arrangements in membranes.DNA/RNA FISH, ATAC-Seq, Superresolution Microscopy, Immunofluorescence, Single-cell technologies, Biological physics, Biomathematics, Biostatistics, Image analysis, Software/pipeline development, Visualization/graphics, Biological physics;Biomathematics;Biostatistics;Image analysis;Software/pipeline development;Visualization/graphicsMaybe0000-0002-0177-2884
Marieke Oudelaar
Germany We study how regulatory elements interact within 3D chromatin structures, when and how such structures are formed during development, and how disruptions of these structures cause mis-regulation of gene expression and contribute to disease.Hi-C & similar 'C' techniques;Chip-Seq;ATAC-Seq;Genome engineering;Transcriptomics;Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysis, Software/pipeline developmentMaybe0000-0002-4016-6158
Sonja Prohaska
Germany Computational analysis of the phylogenetic distribution of histone modifying enzymes.
Rule-based simmulation of histone modification dynamics.
Theoretical consideration of the role of histone modification in development and evolution.
Bioinformatics, NGS data analysis, Software/pipeline development, Dynamical systems, AlgorithmicsMaybe

Gero Wedemann

GermanyOur focus is the application of computer models for the simulation of biological systems, in particular the spatial structure of chromatin.Biological physics; Bioinformatics; Polymer modeling; Numerical simulations; Software/pipeline development; Visualization/graphicsYes0000-0001-7869-774X
Babis Spilianakis
GreeceResearch in our laboratory focuses on the effect of the three-dimensional structure of chromatin on gene expression patterns in the innate and adaptive immune system.Hi-C and similar 'C' techniques, HiChip, FISH (DNA, RNA), Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq, BisulfiteSeq, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Transcriptomics, Proteomics, Biochemistry, NGS data analysis, Image analysisMaybe0000-0003-0921-1923
Endre Sebestyén
HungaryWe are studying the effect of transcriptional, post-transcriptional expression and chromatin structural variance on gene regulatory networks, and the role of this variance in the development of human disease.Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysis, Software/pipeline development, Visualization/graphicsMaybe0000-0001-5470-2161
Ranjith Padinhateeri
IndiaWe do computational study of chromatin organization and dynamics using statistical mechanics and polymer physics. We also study study of kinetics of nucleosome and epigenetic modificationsBiological physics, Biomathematics, Biostatistics, Polymer modeling, Numerical simulations, Kinetic Monte-Carlo, Dynamics of chromatin, kinetics of nucleosomesYes0000-0001-5485-1474
Ronan MurphyIrelandTranscriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Biochemistry, in vitro modelling of human diseases (Cardiovascular, Skin, and Lung), Yes0000-0002-4579-8007
Daniel Remondini
ItalyMy group applies bioinformatics, network based-methods and stochastic approaches to study biological processes: cancer, metagenomics, properties of DNA structure in 1d and 3d. We are actually working on DNA methylation features at multi-organism level, application of network methods to chromatin 3D configuration characterization, metagenomics ecology (resistome), drug repurposing and novel target identification in oncology.Data Analysis (Machine Learning, Statistics, Bioinformatics) on NGS and high-throughput data;
Systems Biology with network-based approaches
physical modelling of Biological Complex Systems (e.g. DNA sequences). Fluorescence and optical microscopy; electrophysiology at single-cell level (patch clamp), Biological physics, Biomathematics, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, Machine learning & AI, Deep learning/neural networks, NGS data analysis, Image analysis, Software/pipeline development, Dynamical systems, Visualization/graphics. Network-based approaches (e.g. spectral and diffusion-based)
Yes0000-0003-3185-7456
Francesco Ferrari ItalyMy group is interested in the role of chromatin 3D organization in regulating genome functionality. Our computational biology expertise is particularly focused on the use of genome-wide techniques based on high-throughput sequencing.Hi-C and similar 'C' techniques (3C, 4C, 5C, capture Hi-C, etc.), Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq,Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysis, Software/pipeline developmentYes0000-0002-9811-3753
Mario Nicodemi ItalyMy group works on the Physics of Complex Systems and its applications to Molecular Biology, combining physics, computer simulations and data analysis. In particular, we investigate the 3D architecture of the genome and gene regulation.Biological physics, Biomathematics, Bioinformatics, Polymer modeling, Machine learning & AI, Numerical simulations, Molecular Dynamics, Kinetic Monte-Carlo, NGS data analysisMaybe0000-0002-8416-6416
Alessio ZippoItalyWe aim to dissect the molecular mechanisms through which chromatin players mediate the epigenetic responses to environmental signals in stem cells by using multidisciplinary approaches. ATAC-Seq, CUT&RUN, Superresolution Microscopy, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Transcriptomics, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysis, Image analysisYes0000-0002-3686-6151

Michele Caselle

ItalyOur main research interests are in gene regulation. We combine different computational approaches, ranging from network theory to machine learning methods, to infer regulatory interactions from various types of 'omics data.Biological physics;Biomathematics;Bioinformatics;Machine learning & AI;Numerical simulationsMaybe0000-0001-5488-142X

Cristian Micheletti

ItalyDevelopment and use of statistical mechanical models and methods to study entanglement in biopolymers and its effect on static, kinetics and functional properties.Biological physics;Bioinformatics;Polymer modeling;Numerical simulations;Molecular Dynamics;Software/pipeline developmentYes0000-0002-1022-1638

Angelo Rosa

ItalyWe develop first-principles polymer models and state-of-the-art computer simulations for understanding the role of chromosome structure and dynamics in nuclear organization.Biological physics;Polymer modeling;Integrative/restraint-based modeling;Numerical simulations;Molecular Dynamics;Kinetic Monte-CarloYes0000-0002-9627-2486
Jekaterina ErenpreisaLatviaCurrently, we are involved in cancer cell biology research. Cell nucleus organisation is 'a second love", linked to the first (not funded). We are interested in the biophysical principles of genome regulation for differentiation. Immunofluorescence, Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Acridine orange DNA structural test, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysis, Image analysisMaybe0000-0002-2870-7775
Saulius KlimasauskasLithuaniaMechanistic studies of DNA methylation and engineering of methyltransferases and their cofactors for targeted derivatization of DNA and RNA, new methodologies for DNA epigenome analysis. ATAC-Seq, BisulfiteSeq, Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Proteomics (mass spectrometry, etc.), Bioinformatics, NGS data analysisMaybe0000-0002-1395-2030
Pernette Verschure NetherlandsMy research focus is to mechanistically understand dynamics of epigenetic gene regulation and how it affects cell behavior in (i) breast cancer resistance to treatment, (ii) UV-induced DNA damage/repair, (iii) forensic age determination.FISH (DNA, RNA);Chip-Seq;BisulfiteSeq;Immunofluorescence;Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.);Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.);Single-cell technologies; advanced micrsocopy analysis, 4SU pulse/chase sequencing, Bioinformatics, Image analysis, Software/pipeline development,
Random Forest machine learning, stochastic simulation, transcription dynamics parameter analysis
Yes0000-0003-2922-4836
Frank DekkerNetherlandsGenome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Protein expression
Maybe0000-0001-7217-9300
Marianne Rots

Netherlands
We pioneered the concept of epigenetic editing to locally overwrite epigenetic signatures in order to achieve long-term gene expression reprogramming. In addition, we are interested in understanding mitochondrial epigenetics. Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Biochemistry, pyrosequencing, mitochondrial epigeneticsMaybe0000-0002-7416-2788



Elzo de Wit

NetherlandsHi-C & similar 'C' techniques, Micro-C, DNA/RNA FISH, Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq, BisulfiteSeq, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering, Transcriptomics, Single-cell technologies, Biostatistics;Bioinformatics;NGS data analysisMaybe0000-0003-2883-1415

Tineke Lenstra

NetherlandsThe goal of our lab is to understand the mechanisms of transcription variation and dynamics in single cells. We use and develop single-molecule imaging techniques to visualize individual protein and RNA molecules in living cells.
DNA/RNA FISH; Single-cell technologies; Nanopore sequencing, Numerical simulations;Kinetic Monte-Carlo;Image analysis;Software/pipeline developmentMaybe0000-0002-4440-9962
Jonas PaulsenNorwayWe use computational modeling, statistical analyses and machine learning to elucidate 3D genome structure-activity relationships across cell-types, tissues and species.Bioinformatics, Integrative/restraint-based modeling, Machine learning & AI, Deep learning/neural networks, Numerical simulations, NGS data analysis, Image analysis, Software/pipeline development, Visualization/graphicsYes0000-0002-0151-4279

Nikolina Sekulic

NorwayOur research focuses on centromeres. We want to understand:
1) What are the structural determinants of centromere formation and maintenance?
2) How does the centromere recruit major effector proteins in mitosis?
Structural Biology; Biochemistry; Biological physics; Visualization/graphicsYes0000-0002-8027-9114

Eskeland Ragnhild

NorwayHi-C & similar 'C' techniques ;DamID; DNA/RNA FISH; Chip-Seq; ATAC-Seq; CUT&RUN; Immunofluorescence; Genome engineering; Transcriptomics; Proteomics; Biochemistry; Single-cell technologies; Nanopore sequencin; Bioinformatics; Image analysis; Software/pipeline development StralsundYes0000-0003-2789-3171
Dariusz PlewczynskiPolandWe perform computational studies, whose main objective is to analyze and predict the three-dimensional structure of the human genomes, and its relation with the genomic diversity of human populations, both natural and pathological.Hi-C and similar 'C' techniques (3C, 4C, 5C, capture Hi-C, etc.), Micro-C, GAM, SPRITE, ChiA-PET, FISH (DNA, RNA), Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq, Superresolution Microscopy, Electron microscopy, Immunofluorescence, Nanopore sequencing, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, Polymer modeling, Integrative/restraint-based modeling, Machine learning & AI, Deep learning/neural networks, Molecular Dynamics, NGS data analysis, Image analysis, Software/pipeline development, Visualization/graphics, bioinformatics, computational biology, deep learning, biostatistics, chromatin loopsYes0000-0002-3840-7610



Aleksandra Pekowska

PolandHi-C & similar 'C' techniques; Chip-Seq; ATAC-Seq; CUT&RUN; Immunofluorescence; Genome engineering; Transcriptomics; Proteomics; Single-cell technologies, Biostatistics;Bioinformatics;NGS data analysis;Image analysisMaybe0000-0002-0425-4388
Alexandra PauloPortugalWe are a medicinal chemistry lab focused in the development of chemical tools (e.g. fluorescent probes) to discover new drug targets and in the discovery of small molecules to modulate oncogene expression by targeting DNA/RNA quadruplexes.organic synthesis; FRET melting assay; PCR stop assay; Integrative/restraint-based modeling, Molecular Dynamics, Visualization/graphicsYes0000-0003-1433-5402
Joana Costa
PortugalMain focus of research has been related to the development of DNA-based methods for the detection of allergenic foods, identification of plant/animal species, plant food supplement authentication and GMO. Starting to work on RNA editing.Proteomics (mass spectrometry, etc.) real-time PCR, HRM analysis, PCR, LC-MS, Biostatistics, Image analysis, Visualization/graphics
Maybe0000-0002-8229-2902
Carmen Jerónimo
PortugalWe work in the development of cancer epigenetic biomarkers based in liquid biopsies as well in epi-drug discovery. Moreover, we are tackling the contribution Post translational modifications and non-coding RNAs in malignant transformation.RepliSeq, BisulfiteSeq, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Transcriptomics, QMSP, dPCR, Image analysisYes0000-0003-4186-5345

Sorina DinescuRomaniaWe study the molecular mechanisms involved in stem cells differentiation (at transcriptional level (qPCR, microarrays), post-transcriptional control by ncRNAs and epigenetic changes) and stem cell potential for regenerative applications. Immunofluorescence, Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Biochemistry, Single-cell technologies, qPCR, single-cell qPCR, confocal microscopy, NGS, Visualization/graphicsMaybe0000-0001-7196-1712

Yulii Shidlovskii
RussiaOur research focuses on the molecular mechanisms that regulate gene expression.Hi-C and similar 'C' techniques (3C, 4C, 5C, capture Hi-C, etc.), FISH (DNA, RNA), Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Proteomics (mass spectrometry, etc.), BioinformaticsMaybe0000-0002-3643-9889

Igor Kireev

RussiaWe use multimodal and correlative microscopy appreaches for studies of higher order chromatin structure and dynamics during the cell cycle (replication, mitotic compaction) and upon transcription activation.Superresolution Microscopy, Electron microscopy, Immunofluorescence, Machine learning & AI;Image analysisMaybe0000-0001-9252-6808
Melita VidakovicSerbia“Epi-cure” for diabetic patients based on CRISPR/cas9 technology for a transdifferentiation of pancreatic alpha- to insulin-producing cell via targeted DNA methylation of genes essential for maintaining pancreatic cell identity.ATAC-Seq, BisulfiteSeq, Immunofluorescence, biochemistry. MeFISH (5mC FISH) Yes0000-0001-8410-6264
Ksenija Taski-AjdukovicSerbiaBiochemistry, BiostatisticsYes0000-0002-0149-9320
Marc A. Marti-RenomSpainOur research group employs the laws of physics and the rules of evolution to develop and apply computational methods for determining the 3D structures genomes and genomic domains.Hi-C and similar 'C' techniques (3C, 4C, 5C, capture Hi-C, etc.), Biological physics, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, Polymer modeling, Integrative/restraint-based modeling, Machine learning & AI, Deep learning/neural networks, Molecular Dynamics, Image analysis, Software/pipeline development, Algorithmics, Visualization/graphics, Integrative ModelngYes0000-0002-0151-4279
Puri Fortes
SpainLong noncoding RNAs related to hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), inflammation and the antiviral response. Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.). Setting up Cas-APEX labelling of RNA. Bioinformatics, Machine learning & AI, Deep learning/neural networks, NGS data analysisMaybe0000-0001-7571-6220

Biola M. Javierre

SpainWe aim to understand the specific 3D chromatin organization of haematopoietic cells and its alteration in blood cancers. Hi-C & similar 'C' techniques, DNA/RNA FISH, Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq, CUT&RUN, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering, Transcriptomics, Proteomics, Single-cell technologies, Biostatistics;Bioinformatics;Polymer modeling;NGS data analysis;Image analysis;Visualization/graphicsMaybe0000-0002-8682-6748

Alvaro Rada-Iglesias

SpainThe major interest of our laboratory is to uncover the main genetic and epigenetic factors that allow enhancers to control the deployment of specific gene expression profiles as vertebrate developmental programs unroll. Hi-C & similar 'C' techniques, HiChip, DNA/RNA FISH, Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering, Transcriptomics, Biochemistry, Single-cell technologies, Bioinformatics; NGS data analysisYes0000-0001-7137-1341

Miguel A. Peinado

SpainWe aim to dissect the functional anatomy of cancer cell’s genome to understand the mechanisms underlying tumor progression. Applications include detection and clinical validation of early biomarkers in many cancer types.DNA/RNA FISH, Chip-Seq, BisulfiteSeq, Genome engineering, Transcriptomics, Biostatistics;Bioinformatics;NGS data analysis;Software/pipeline development;AlgorithmicsMaybe0000-0002-4090-793X

Francesc Posas

SpainHi-C & similar 'C' techniques, DNA/RNA FISH, Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq, CUT&RUN, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering, Transcriptomics, Proteomics, Biochemistry, Single-cell technologies, Drop-Seq, Biostatistics; BioinformaticsYes0000-0002-4164-7076

Maria Pia Cosma

SpainWe use super resolution microscopy and modeling approaches to study 3D genome organization and chromatin looping in somatic and stem cells.Chip-Seq, Superresolution Microscopy, Transcriptomics, Bioinformatics;Machine learning & AI;Deep learning/neural networks;Kinetic Monte-Carlo;Image analysisMaybe

Eulàlia de Nadal

SpainHi-C & similar 'C' techniques, DNA/RNA FISH, Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq, CUT&RUN, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering, Transcriptomics, Proteomics, Biochemistry, Single-cell technologies, Drop-Seq, Biostatistics;BioinformaticsYes0000-0003-0039-5607

Pedro Lazo

SpainHi-C & similar 'C' techniques, Chip-Seq, Biochemistry, NGS data analysis;Image analysisMaybe0000-0001-8997-3025

Miguel Manzanares

SpainWe aim to understand how genome activity is regulated during early stages of mammalian development and how regulatory and genome structure variations can contributes to human disease.Hi-C & similar 'C' techniques; CUT&RUN; Superresolution Microscopy; Genome engineering;Transcriptomics; Proteomics; Bioinformatics ;Image analysisYes0000-0003-4849-2836

Magda Bienko

SwedenHi-C & similar 'C' techniques, DNA/RNA FISH, Immunofluorescence, Transcriptomics, Biochemistry, Single-cell technologies, Molecular Dynamics;NGS data analysis;Image analysis;Software/pipeline developmentYes0000-0002-6499-9082
Peter Meister
SwitzerlandHi-C and similar 'C' techniques (3C, 4C, 5C, capture Hi-C, etc.), DamID, FISH (DNA, RNA), Chip-Seq, BisulfiteSeq, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Nanopore sequencing,Bioinformatics, NGS data analysis, Software/pipeline developmentYes0000-0002-6230-4216
Maria Cristina GambettaSwitzerlandWe address the question of how regulatory elements (like enhancers and silencers) find their target promoters and restrict their activity to their cognate targets. We study the molecular mechanisms of factors that organize regulatory interactions and assess their biological functions in Drosophila using genetics, genomics, biochemistry and imaging tools. Hi-C and similar 'C' techniques (3C, 4C, 5C, capture Hi-C, etc.), FISH (DNA, RNA), Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq, CUT&RUN, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Proteomics (mass spectrometry, etc.), Biochemistry, Single-cell technologies, NGS data analysisMaybe0000-0002-9450-3551
Tuncay Baubec SwitzerlandWe study the regulation of protein-genome interactions through combing genomics and proteomics.Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq, CUT&RUN, BisulfiteSeq, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Transcriptomics (RNAseq, microarrays, etc.), Proteomics (mass spectrometry, etc.), Single-cell technologies, ChromID, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysisYes0000-0001-8474-6587
Célia BarouxSwitzerlandFISH (DNA, RNA), Superresolution Microscopy, Immunofluorescence, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, Image analysisYes0000-0001-6307-2229

Ozlen Konu Turkeysystems biology for cancer research, expression profiling in breast cancer cell lines exposed to drugs, comparative transcriptomics between mammals and zebrafishBiochemistry, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysis, Image analysis, Software/pipeline development, Visualization/graphicsYes
İkbal Agah İNCE
WG 5 Chair
TurkeyYes
Selcen Celik Uzuner
TurkeyI work on improvement of methodologies to detect DNA modifications, and intra-nuclear (co)localisation of cytosine modifications. I do also some research on the regulation of epigenetic markers in cancer after some natural compounds.Immunofluorescence, Immunostaining, cell culture, PCR-based applications, Image analysisMaybe0000-0002-9558-7048
Bünyamin AkgülTurkey
Investigation of genomewide lncRNA-chromatin interactions under apoptotic conditionsElectron microscopy, Immunofluorescence, Genome engineering (CRISPR, TALEN, Cre-Lox, etc.), Proteomics (mass spectrometry, etc.), Biochemistry, iMARGI, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysisMaybe0000-0001-9877-9689


Aykut Erbas

TurkeyBiological physics; Polymer modeling; Molecular DynamicsYes0000-0003-2192-8804
Vladimir TeifUKWe are interested in quantitative aspects of gene regulation in chromatin using approaches of biophysics, bioinformatics and next generation sequencing. We work on biomedical systems ranging from stem cell differentiation to cancer.Chip-Seq, MNase-seq, Biological physics, Bioinformatics, Polymer modeling, NGS data analysis, Algorithmics, Lattice models, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, nucleosome positioning, CTCF, chromatin, TF binding, DNA-protein interaction
Yes0000-0002-5931-7534
Sara BuonomoUKMy group is interested in understanding the molecular mechanisms coordinating DNA replication, transcription and chromatin architecture. We employ mouse embryonic stem cells to recapitulate the developmental dynamics of these pathways.Hi-C and similar 'C' techniques (3C, 4C, 5C, capture Hi-C, etc.), FISH (DNA, RNA), Chip-Seq, RepliSeq, Immunofluorescence, embryoid bodies differentiation, Bioinformatics, NGS data analysisYes0000-0002-0177-2884

Christopher Toseland

UKWe are interested in nuclear organisation with respect to transcription and DNA repair. In particular, we focus on a group of molecular motors called myosin. DNA/RNA FISH, Superresolution Microscopy, Immunofluorescence, Transcriptomics, Proteomics, Structural Biology, Biochemistry, Image analysisYes0000-0002-1641-7535

Chris Brackley

UKWe do computational research, mainly using polymer physics simulations of chromosome organization. Our work spans length scales from chromosome compartments and topological domains, to DNA models at bp resolution. Biological physics;Biomathematics;Bioinformatics;Polymer modeling;Numerical simulations;Molecular Dynamics;Kinetic Monte-Carlo;NGS data analysis;Software/pipeline developmentMaybe0000-0002-5973-8179

Ilya Flyamer

UK3D genome organization, mostly using Hi-C and similar techniques, and computation analysisHi-C & similar 'C' techniques, DNA/RNA FISH, Bioinformatics;NGS data analysis;Software/pipeline development;Visualization/graphicsMaybe0000-0002-4892-4208

Mikhail Spivakov

UKThe logic of gene control by enhancersHi-C & similar 'C' techniques, Chip-Seq, ATAC-Seq, CUT&RUN, Single-cell technologies, Bioinformatics;Machine learning & AI;NGS data analysis;Software/pipeline development;Algorithmics;Visualization/graphicsMaybe0000-0002-0383-3943

Frederic Leymarie

UKInteractive scientific visualisation of biomoleculesMachine learning & AI;Deep learning/neural networks;Numerical simulations;Molecular Dynamics;Kinetic Monte-Carlo;Image analysis;Software/pipeline development;Dynamical systems;Algorithmics;Visualization/graphicsMaybe0000-0002-3221-8966

Stephen Todd

UKMolecular Dynamics;Dynamical systems;Visualization/graphicsNo

Mikhail Dozmorov

USAHi-C methods and software developmentBiostatistics; Bioinformatics; Machine learning & AI; Deep learning/neural networks; NGS data analysis; Software/pipeline development; Algorithmics; Visualization/graphicsYes0000-0002-0086-8358