JOIN ENHPATHY – Contributing to the development of new diagnostic and therapeutic avenues for patients

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ESR 1 project : Dissection of coordinated stress responses by novel promoter elements with enhancer activity (WP1)ESR 2 project : Modeling gene-environmental interactions implicated in the etiology of human neurocristopathies (WP3)ESR 3 project : Genetic and epigenetic changes in hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) during chronic inflammation (WP3)ESR 4 project : The impact of genetic variants on regulatory activities (WP1)ESR 5 project : Understanding the impact of gene regulatory variation on disease using variable chromatin modules (VCMs) (WP2)ESR 6 project : Computational approaches to discover noncoding mutations underlying human disease (WP3)ESR 7 project : Higher-order topological organization of super-enhancer hubs, Epromoters and TADs (WP2)ESR 8 project : Enhancer networks in the control of lineage determination of human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) (WP2)ESR 9 project : Analysis of the role of coregulators in the activity of cis-regulatory elements in response to inflammatory stimulation (WP1)ESR 10 project : The spatial organization of enhancers around promoter regions within chromatin contact domains for selected Human cell lines (WP2)ESR 11 project : Functional understanding of synergistic effects of enhancer elements at the onset of atherosclerosis (WP3)ESR 12 project : Regulatory network guiding stem cell interactions within the hematopoietic niche using single cell genomics (WP1)ESR 13 project : Functional annotation 10 human genomes to aid the identification of disease-causing non-coding sequence variants (WP1)ESR 14 project : Microfluidic systems for encapsulation of molecular complexes (WP2)ESR 15 project : Uncovering drug-adaptive epigenetic response in Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) (WP3)


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A pre-selection list will be made by the end of April 2020 and you will be informed by email. Pre-selected candidates will be invited to contact at least 3 potential supervisors by either visiting the host institutions or by video conference (May-June 2020).


Marie CurieThis project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 860002. The information contained in this website reflects only the authors’ view. REA and EC are not responsible for any use that may be made of this information.