Master Internship proposals 2023-2024

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To find out the application deadlines and procedures according to the master’s programme of origin, please contact the supervisor indicated on each form.


Title:  How does SUMOylation influence the functional patterning of the adrenal cortex?

Team: Molecular Pathophysiology of Adrenal and Endocrine Tissues


Title: Deciphering the multiscale regulation of imprinted genes during mouse neural commitment

Team : Genomic Imprinting and cell lineage commitment


Title:  Study of environmental pollutants (phthalate and alternative plasticizers) influence on nuclear receptors pathways in human fetal membranes regarding their pathological premature rupture.

Team: Approche Translationnelle des Lésions Epithéliales et de leur Réparation


Title : Exploring the function of the unusual histone H2A.P during development  

Team:  Evolutionary Epigenomics and Genetic Conflicts


Title : Study of the regulators of DNA recombination between related genomes 

Team: reclab – recombinaison et maintien de l’intégrité du génome


Title : Study of the molecular mechanism of follicular dormancy from Drosophila to humans

Team: Croissance et morphogenèse épithéliales


Title: Elucidating a mechanism protecting genes from Polycomb-mediated silencing

Team : SiLENT – Silencing & Transposons


Title : Role of TRBs proteins in epigenetic gene regulation

Team : Dynamique de la chromatine et noyau 3D (CODED)


Title : Identification of the molecular mechanisms involved in the etiology of testicular cancer and of their chemoresistance.

Team : Environment, Metabolism, spermatogenesis, pathophysiology and inheritance


Title :Stem cells origin in the embryo investivating novel factors important for mouse preimplantation development.

Team : Molecular mechanisms of cell lineage differentiation in the early mouse embryo


Title : Characterization of immune infiltrate inPTEN/prostatecancers:role of LXR receptors in immune tumoral landscape.

Team : Nuclear Receptors and Pathophysiology






Written by Philippe ARNAUD

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