PhD Fellowship in Montpellier
A three-year PhD position is available in our groups to work on epigenomic and transcriptomic regulatory circuits in Arabidopsis. The PhD program, supported by an 80 PRIME CNRS project, will be performed in a multidisciplinary and collaborative research environment that brings together biologists, mathematicians and chemists.
The aim of the project is to build regulatory circuits of the response to nutritional starvation in the Arabidopsis root, notably by integrating cell-type specific dynamic epigenomes and transcriptomes, and transcription factors/chromatin interaction data. The PhD candidate will be co-supervised by Antoine Martin (biologist) and Sophie Lèbre (statistician), and will acquire multidisciplinary expertise in epigenomics, genomics, computational biology, networks inference and genome statistical analysis.
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