Evolutionary genomics of pathogens Croll lab at University of Neuchatel

Alice Laigle is an evolutionary biologist and bioinformatician interested in epigenomics and how the 3D structure of the chromatin influences gene expression during adaptation and/or plant-pathogen interactions. She achieved her M.Sc. in Plant Biology at the University of Paris-Saclay (2021) and a second one in Bioinformatics for Biologists at the University of Nantes (2022). She started a Ph.D. to better understand how the genomic 3D architecture of a fungus can influence its efficiency during infection.

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