Fundacio Privada Centre de Regulacio Genomica (CRG)

The Center for Genomic Regulation is an emerging first-class multidisciplinary research centre located in the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park (PRBB), a cluster for biomedical research in southern Europe, which includes more than 1000 scientists. Research at CRG focuses on understanding the complexity of life from the genome to the cell to a whole organism and its interaction with the environment. The Louis lab is part of the EMBL/CRG Systems Biology Unit, a joint program between the CRG and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL). The Systems Biology unit is composed of six multidisciplinary groups working on a variety of fields related to the study of complex systems, ranging from the evolution of developmental systems to the creation of synthetic gene networks. Altogether, the six groups combine expertise in a variety of techniques, including
plane illumination microscopy (SPIM and OPT), the engineering biochemical networks and the computational modeling of complex biological processes. The CRG has an international PhD program in partnership with the University Pompeu Fabra and an international Postdoc program, which has recently received funding from the European Commission. CRG researchers are involved in 20 European collaborative projects within FP7 and 3 EU infrastructure projects on bioimaging, proteomics, sequencing and genotyping. The CRG counts on a portfolio of 10 grants from the European Research Council.

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