candidature professeur boursier FNS
Dr Ana Marques
Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics,
MRC Functional Genomics Unit, University of Oxford
“Mechanisms of long noncoding RNAs
in homeostasis and disease”
In 2002, Ana Marques obtained her Master’s degree in Chemical engineering and Biotechnology, at the Instituto Superior Tecnico, in Lisbon. As a graduate student, Ana joined the group of Professor H. Kaessmann, (University of Lausanne) to study gene duplication and their role in the origin and evolution of new biological functions. She obtained her PhD in Biology in 2008. She then, became a post-doctoral research fellow for the Swiss National Science Foundation, the Portuguese Science Foundation and the Marie Curie IECD studying the evolution and function of eukaryotes non-coding RNAs, at the University of Oxford. Dr. Marques is currently a Research Fellow working on the function long noncoding RNAs and the their contributions to phenotype and disease.
Mercredi 6 mars 2013 à 12h15
Auditoire A, Bâtiment Génopode 1015 Lausanne
Toutes les personnes intéressées sont les bienvenues.
Hôte : Prof. Henrik Kaessmann