December 15, 2016: HMCan-diff paper has been accepted for publication in Nucleic Acids Research

HMCan-diff: a method to detect changes in histone modifications in cells with different genetic characteristics. H. Ashoor, C. Louis-Brennetot, I. Janoueix-Lerosey, V.B. Bajic, and V. Boeva. Nucleic Acids Research. Accepted for publication. Link to the method

November 28, 2016: PhD defense of Karel Brinda

October 28, 2016: Our Russian-French collaborative team has won the first phase of the ENCODE-DREAM Challenge for in vivo Transcription Factor Binding Site Prediction

We are hiring post-doctoral researchers

  • Your background is in mathematics, statistics or bioinformatics, you have already developed statistical approaches to analyze biological data?
  • Or you are a biologist who is interested in the generation and analysis of high-throughput datasets to understand changes in the genome and epigenome taking place in cancer?

  • You want to work in Europe, contribute to cancer treatment and have access to patients data?

  • And on the top of that you enjoy French wine and cheese, love picnics, bouldering and traveling?

  • Then the Boeva lab is for you. Read the advertisement and apply!

We are looking for master students (enrolled in French University programs only)

Apply if you want to learn more about cancer and about epigenetics! You will also improve you programming skills and learn new data analysis techniques.
We are looking for Master student for two projects:
  • Changes in the 3D structure of the chromatin in cancer.
  • Role of the Spi1/PU.1 transcription factor in RNA and DNA regulation and leukemogenesis

Please, contact the lab directly to get more details about the projects.

July 23, 2016, we welcomed our wet lab technician: Marie-Ange Calmejane!

April 1, 2016: official lab openning!