Project: Comprehensive genomic and computational model for establishment of nuclear compartments and their dependency on chromatin modifiers
Helmholtz Zentrum München (HMGU)
Mrinmoy obtained his integrated Master’s degree at the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Kolkata. After doing several internships at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, the CSIR-IGIB in Delhi and the University of Göttingen, Mrinmoy performed his Master’s thesis in Sanjeev Galande’s laboratory in IISER Pune, where he focused on the role of histone methyltransferases during regeneration in Hydra. Mrinmoy joined the lab of Maria-Elena Torres-Padilla in January 2019. Mrinmoy is trying to understand the molecular mechanisms underlying the establishment of nuclear organisation in early mouse embryos. This project is funded through the ChromDesign ITN.