Moshe Yaniv is an Honorary Professor at the Pasteur Institute and Emeritus Directeur de Recherche (CNRS). He received a Master degree in Chemistry from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (1961) and a Ph.D in Molecular Biology from the University of Paris (1969). He was a postdoctoral fellow in LMB Cambridge and Stanford University.
He has headed the Oncogenic Viruses and Gene Expression and Disease Units at the Pasteur Institute (1975-2006), chair of the departments of Molecular Biology (86-88) and Biotechnology (92-94). He was a pioneer in the field of DNA tumour viruses and combined it with studies on chromatin and epigenetics, tissue specific gene expression (liver and kidney and pancreas) and mouse models for human diseases including cancer. He is the author of more than 300 publications in the most prestigious scientific journals.
He is a member of the French Academy of Sciences, EMBO (chairman of the council, 1996), foreign honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Academia Europea, European Academy of Cancer Sciences etc.
François Jacob Conference: Evolution, Structure and Function of Chromosomes High Order Structure Institut Pasteur, Paris June 4 (2pm) –June 7 (6pm) 2019 http://www.hic2019.conferences-pasteur.org/ (No Ratings Yet) Loading…
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