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Virginie Roure

Virginie Roure

Postdoctoral Fellow

Experience

I did my PhD in the laboratory of Giacomo Cavalli at the Institute of Human Genetics in Montpellier, France. I studied the role of Polycomb and trithorax group proteins in the nuclear organization of their target Hox genes in Drosophila. During my postdoc, I worked on the epigenetic regulation of centromere identity in the laboratory of Patrick Heun at the Wellcome Centre for Cell Biology in Edinburgh, Scotland. In 2020 I joined the lab of Benjamin Rowland as a postdoc to explore the role of cohesin and condensin in chromosome organization.