Thomas Lodewijk Guy Germier
I am interested in studying how the 3D structure of chromatin plays a role in biological functions. To do so, I am using microscopy based approaches. Currently, I am a post-doctoral researcher in the Chromatin Regulation in Adipose Stem Cells group at the Dept. for Molecular Medicine, where we focus on chromatin regulation in adipose stem cells.
Education and employment
- Currently Postdoc in the Chromatin Regulation in Adipose Stem Cells group at the Dept. for Molecular Medicine, UiO: TAD cliques formation and functions in adipose stem cells.
- PhD in cellular biology, University of Toulouse, 2018: Chromatin dynamics during transcription activation.
- Master in cellular biology, University of Toulouse, 2015: Chromatin dynamics and transcription.
Germier T, Audibert S, Kocanova S, Lane D and Bystricky K.
“Real-time imaging of specific genomic loci in eukaryotic cells using the ANCHOR DNA labelling system”.
Methods June 2018.
Germier T., Kocanova S, Bancaud A., Walther N., Shaban H., Sellou H., Zaccaria Politi A., Ellenberg J., Gallardo F. and Bystricky K.
“Real-time imaging of a single gene reveals transcription-initiated local confinement”
Biophysical Journal October 2017