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The Institute of Molecular Genetics of Montpellier

is a multidisciplinary institute for advanced studies in biology. It has an internationally-acknowledged reputation in the fields of genetic and epigenetic regulations, RNA biology as well as cell cycle, death and metabolism. Its work also has impact in biomedical research on cancer, infectious illnesses and genetic diseases via the development of novel biotherapies and diagnostic tools as well as the launching of biotech start-up companies.

Lamin C counteracts glucose intolerance in aging, obesity and diabetes …

Aging-dependent changes in tissue functions are associated with the development of metabolic diseases. However, the molecular connections linking aging, obesity and diabetes…

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Structural exploration of DNA folding helps to understand imprinting disorders.

In their study published in Genome Biology, David Llères and his co-workers (Genomic Imprinting and Development group headed by Robert Feil) explains how the structure of DNA

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MitoTrack, a user-friendly semi-automatic software for lineage tracking in living embryos

During development, progenitor cells undergo multiple rounds of cellular divisions during which transcriptional programs must be

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Open positions for junior or established group leaders in the field of innovative biology

Institute of Molecular Genetics, Montpellier, France
The Montpellier Institute of Molecular Genetics (IGMM) – a CNRS centre for basic research – has openings for junior or established group leaders.

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Open Positions: Internships, PhD Thesis, Post-Docs, Technicians, Engineers

IGMM has a long-standing tradition of training by and for research. Thus, all groups are used to host students at different stages of their cursus, including PhD Thesis. They also welcome Post-Docs, Engineers and Technicians.

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Upcoming events
  • 16 July 2020  10 h 30 min - 12 h 00 min

    Kim MINCHUL (Max-Delbrück-Centrum für Molekulare Medizin (MDC) Berlin)