Dr Marc Ciosi
- Research Associate (Institute of Molecular Cell & Systems Biology)
|2014 - present||
Postdoctoral research associate (University of Glasgow, UK). High throughput sequencing and genotype-phenotype approaches to study the HTT CAG/CCG repeat and its somatic instability in Huntington disease.
|2011 - 2014||
Postdoctoral research associate (University of Glasgow, UK / ICIPE, Kenya). Population genetics and co-adaptation of trypanosomes with tsetse flies.
|2009 - 2010||
Research and teaching assistant (INRA / University of Nice, France). Research activity: molecular ecology of invasive species. Teaching activity: Population genetics, molecular evolution and phylogeny, analysis of DNA sequence polymorphism, supervision of master students
|2006 - 2009||Ph.D. thesis: Invasion of Europe by the western corn rootworm, Diabrotica virgifera virgifera.|
Master’s thesis: Physiology and symbiont diversity associated with depth in Eunicella singularis, symbiotic sea fan of the Mediterranean Sea.
- Genetic variation
- The processes that modify and generate genetic variation (within individuals and populations as well as between populations)
- The phenotypic and evolutionnary consequences of genetic variation
- Genotype-phenotype association
- Impact of demography on genetic variation within populations
- Technologies used to type genetic variants
Hands-on tutorial on the Galaxy web-based platform: Microsatellite genotyping from parallel sequencing reads spanning the repeat
21 and 23/11/2016 6 hours
25/07/2016 5 hours