I have recently obtained the FRM grant "amorçage jeunes équipes" and established my research team at the CBI in the summer of 2023. The main goal of my research programme is to understand how and why gene dosage compensation evolved, using the mouse X chromosome as a model, and to decipher molecular mechanisms that allow gene dosage to be sensed and decoded into developmental decisions.
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Some of my previous work:
Galupa et al. (2023)
Enhancer architecture and chromatin accessibility constrain phenotypic space during Drosophila development
Galupa*, Picard* et al. (2022)
Inversion of a topological domain leads to restricted changes in its gene expression and affects interdomain communication
Galupa et al. (2020)
A conserved noncoding locus regulates random monoallelic Xist
expression across a topological boundary
- Galupa R#, Alvarez-Canales G*, Borst NO*, Fuqua T*, Gandara L*, Misunou N*, Richter K*, Alvez MRP, Karumbi E, Perkins ML, Kocijan T, Rushlow CA and Crocker J#..
Enhancer architecture and chromatin accessibility constrain phenotypical space during development
2023 Jan #Corresponding authors
- Gandara L*, Tsai A*, Ekelöf M, Galupa R, Noon EPB, Alexandrov T and Crocker J.
Developmental phenomics suggests that H3K4 monomethylation catalyzed by Trr functions as a phenotypic capacitor
- Hauth A, Galupa R, Servant N, Villacorta L, Hauschulz K, van Bemmel JG, Loda A and Heard E.
Deciphering high-resolution 3D chromatin organization via Capture Hi-C
- Galupa R*#, Picard C*, Servant N, Nora EP, Zhan Y, van Bemmel JG, Zhan Y, El Marjou F, Johanneau C, Borensztein M, Ancelin K, Giorgetti L and Heard E#.
Inversion of a topological domain leads to restricted changes in its gene expression and affects inter-domain communication
2022 May *Equal contribution, #Corresponding authors