IHPE – GRUNAU Christoph english

ChristophIHPE UMR 5244
University of Perpignan via Domitia
52 Avenue Paul Alduy
F-66860 Perpignan Cedex FRANCE
Tel +33(0)4-68-66-21-80
Fax +33(0)4-68-66-22-81
email: christoph.grunau@univ-perp.fr
POSITION : Professor, University of Perpignan Via Domitia
RESPONSIBILITIES :
– Head of the team ECOEVI
– Head of the transversal challenge  « Relative weight of genetics and epigenetics in adaptative evolution»
– Scientific Head of the Pluridisciplinary Thematical Network of the CNRS « Epigenetics in Ecology and Evolution (3E
– Member of the Editorial Board of the international journal « Genes« 
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RESEARCH – EXPERTISE AREA:
– Environmental and Evolutive Epigenetics
RESUME :
2015 – Invited Professor (Technische Universität Dresden, Allemagne)
2013 – Professor (University of Perpignan via Domitia, France)
2011 – Habilitation Thesis (University of Perpignan via Domitia, France)
2007 – Assistant Professor (University of Perpignan via Domitia, France)
2006 – Temporary Assistant of Research & Teaching (University of Perpignan via Domitia, France)
2006 – Postdoctoral Fellow (Innsbruck Medical University, Austria)
2000-2005 – Postdoctoral Fellow (Institute of Human Genetics, Montpellier, France)
1995-1999 – Ph.D (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Iéna, Germany)
1994-1995 – PreDoc (RIKEN, Tokyo, Japan)
1994 – Biology Diplomas : Friedrich-Schiller-Université (Germany), Max-Delbrück-Centre (Germany), Kings-College (England)
TEACHING :
– Microbiology, Animal physiology, Epigenetics
PUBLICATIONS in the lab with impact factor:link
PUBLICATIONS out of the lab IHPE or without impact factor:
Grunau C., Voigt S., Dobler R., Dowling D. and Reinhardt K. (2018) The cytoplasm affects the epigenome in Drosophila melanogaster. Epigenomes 2: 17
Kincaid-Smith J., Tracey A., Augusto R., Bulla I., Holroyd N., Rognon A., Rey O., Chaparro C., Oleaga A., Mas Coma S., Allienne J.F., Grunau C., Berriman M., Boissier J. and Toulza E. (2018) Whole genome sequencing and morphological analysis of the human-infecting schistosome emerging in Europe reveals a complex admixture between Schistosoma haematobium and Schistosoma bovis parasites. BioRxiv + The Lancet Infectious Disease
Mouahid G., Rognon A., de Carvalho Augusto R., Driguez P., Geyer K., Karinshak S., Luviano N., Mann V., Quack T., Rawlinson K., Wendt G., Grunau C. and Moné H. (2018) Transplantation of schistosome sporocysts between host snails: A video guide. Wellcome Open Research 3
Sow M.D., Le Gac A., Lafon-Placette C., Delaunay A., Le Jan I., Fichot R., Maury S., Mirouze M., Lanciano S., Tost J., Segura V., Chaparro C., Grunau C., Allona I., Le Provost G., Plomion C., Salse J., Ambroise C., Gribkova S. and Struass H.H. (2018) Clarifying the role of DNA methylation in tree phenotypic plasticity. FEBS Open Bio 8: 138
Rondon R., Grunau C., Fallet M., Charlemagne N., Sussarellu R., Chaparro C., Montagnani C., Mitta G., Bachère E., Akcha F. and Cosseau C. (2017) Effects of a parental exposure to diuron on Pacific oyster spat methylome. Environmental Epigenetics 3: dvx004
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C. Grunau with J. Reinhardt during his stay in Dresden (Germany)