Institut de génomique fonctionnelle de Lyon
We are a research unit jointly managed by the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, the CNRS and the Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, as well has being affiliated to INRA. We are interested in functional genomics, that is to say in the way living organisms function, develop and evolve, and how their genomes control these fundamental processes and allow them to adapt to their environment. More...
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- 120 members
- 15 nationalities
- 3200 m²
- 3 ERC
- 2 ATIP
- 1 start-up
In the news
- IGFL is excited to welcome the IGFL's newest team lead by Nicolas Goudemand. He has secured an @RAction grant (ANR funding). He is leader of "Biomodeling" team.
- We are delighted to announce the appointment as Interim Director of Dr Florence RUGGIERO (DR CNRS) as of September 1st 2015. See this page for more details!
- B.Erkosar et al. showed in this study that commensal bacteria are beneficial to the host in the absence of pathogens More here!
- Team of A. Khila has shown that Ubx–gilt interaction in water striders permits to shaping their legs to escape predator strikes. This study is published in Nature communications.