Etienne G.J. Danchin

evolutionary and comparative genomics

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Invited Seminars

2017

  • Invited seminar at the Défi Mastodon Meeting C3G by Dr. Eric Rivals . Paris, France. September 5-6 2017.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "ALPAGA (Asexual Lineages and Populations of Animals: a Genomic Analysis) I: aim and objectives" 20' oral presentation.
  • Invited seminar at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology by Dr. Yannick Pauchet. Jena, Germany. May 18 2017.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Contribution of horizontal gene transfers to the evolution of plant parasitism by nematodes and other invertebrates". 45' oral presentation.
  • Invited seminar at Université de Namur: ALPAGA workshop - Genome evolution in asexual organisms by Prof. Karine Van Doninck. Namur, Belgium. March 28-30 2017.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Hybridization and polyploidy enable genomic plasticity without sex in the asexual root-knot nematodes" 30' oral presentation.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "ALPAGA (Asexual Lineages and Populations of Animals: a Genomic Analysis) I: aim and objectives" 30' oral presentation.
  • Invited seminar at FR BioEnviS, Université Lyon 1 by Dr. Mathias Choquer and Dr. Yvan Rahbé. Lyon, France. Jan 17 2017.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Horizontal gene transfers (HGT) and evolution of plant parasitism by invertebrates"45' oral presentation.

2016

  • Invited seminar at Embrapa Recursos Genéticos et Biotecnologia by Dr. Patricia Messenberg Guimaraes. Brasilia, Brazil. Dec 1 2016.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Horizontal gene transfers and evolution of plant parasitism by nematodes and others" 50' oral presentation.
  • Invited seminar at Universidade de Brasilia by Dr. Gabriel S. C. Alves, Instituto de Ciências Biológicas UnB. Brasilia, Brazil. Nov 23 2016.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Horizontal gene transfers and evolution of plant parasitism by invertebrates" 60' oral presentation.
  • Invited seminar at the 'Jumping Genes' session of the 25th International Congress of Entomolgy. Orlando, Florida, USA. 25-28 August 2016.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Horizontal gene transfers and evolution of plant parasitism by invertebrates" 30' oral presentation.
  • Invited seminar at the 'Scientific Days of INRA department Animal Health'. Poitiers, France. May 10-12 2016 (Link).
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Contribution of Horizontal Gene Transfers to Plant Parasitism by Nematodes". 45' oral presentation.
  • Invited seminar at the INRA National Bioinformatics Days at Toulouse, France. March 21-23, 2016(Link). 
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Comparative and Evolutionary Genomics approaches at INRA" 20' oral presentation.

2015

  • Invited seminar at the 5th workshop of the COST Action SUSTAIN on "Evolutionary genomics of plant pathogens". Kiel, Germany. 25-28 August 2015. 
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Parasitic success and genome singularities in the asexually-reproducing root-knot nematodes" 30' oral presentation.

2014

  • Invited Seminar at the "Genomics of Asexual Animals" workshop by Prof. Tanja Schwander. Univesity of Lausanne, Switzerland. 2-5 July 2014.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Genome singularities in the asexually-reproducing root-knot nematodes" 30' oral presentation.
  • Invited Seminar at "Evolutionary Biology of Caenorhabditis and other Nematodes" conference by Dr Mark Blaxter. Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK. 14-17 June 2014
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. “The genomes of root-knot nematodes reveal adaptations to plant parasitism in animals” 25' oral presentation.

2013

  • Invited Seminar at Hinxton Wellcome Trust Retreat on "The evolution of parasite genomes and origins of parasitism" by Drs. Andrew Jackson, University of Liverpool, Matt Beriman, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, James Cotton, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. Hinxton, UK, March 28-30, 2013.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. “The genomes of root-knot nematodes reveal adaptations to plant parasitism in animals” 20' oral presentation.

2012

  • Invited Seminar at Atelier Phylogénie, by Dr. H. Touzet, Laboratoire d'Informatique Fondamentale de Lille, CNRS / Université de Lille I, Lille, June 18-19, 2012.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Contribution of Lateral Gene Transfers to the Biology and Genomes of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes. 45' oral presentation.

2011

  • Invited Seminar at IFR48 Infectiopole , by Prof. D. Raoult and Prof M. Drancourt, Faculty of Medicine, Marseilles, July 08, 2011.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Lateral gene transfers and duplications have catalyzed the emergence of plant-parasitism in nematodes. 45' oral presentation.
  • Invited Seminar at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Declarative Languages and Artificial Intelligence, by Dr. C. Vens, Belgium. May 23, 2011.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Omics approaches to decipher plant-nematode parasitic interactions. 45' oral presentation.

2010

  • Invited Seminar at Université Paris Sud, Laboratoire Evolution Génomes et Spéciation, by Dr. JL Da Lage, December 3, 2010.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. De multiples transferts horizontaux suivis de duplications ont favorisé la capacité à parasiter les plantes chez les nématodes. 45' oral presentation.
  • Invited Seminar at Université de Provence for the weekly "Mathematics, Evolution, Genome" seminars, by Dr. P. Pontarotti. November 17, 2010.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Lateral gene transfers and duplications have promoted plant-parasitism ability in nematodes. 45' oral presentation.
  • Internal Seminar at INRA Sophia-Antipolis centre, October 8, 2010.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Lateral gene transfers and duplications have shaped the plant cell wall-degrading arsenal of nematodes. 45' oral presentation.
  • Invited seminar at "Arbre" (Association regroupant les biologistes Rennais évolutionnistes), by Prof. E. Petit, January 22 2010, INRA centre of Rennes / Le Rheu, France.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Horizontal gene transfers have shaped plant cell wall-degrading capacity in nematodes. 45' oral presentation.

2009

  • Invited Seminar at BPI team of INRA Sophia Antipolis, France,  June 30, 2009.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Origin and genomic consequences of loss of sexuality in the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita. 45' oral presentation.
  • Invited Seminar at AFMB, CNRS Laboratory, Marseilles, France, June 15, 2009.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. The genome of the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita, sheds light on adaptation to plant-parasitism in Metazoa. 45' oral presentation.
  • Invited seminar at Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology (DiKo), Tuebingen, Germany, April 7, 2009.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. The genome of the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita, sheds light on adaptation to plant-parasitism in metazoa. 45' oral presentation + lab visit. Link

2008

  • Internal Seminar at INRA Sophia-Antipolis centre, December 19, 2008.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. The genome sequence of Meloidogyne incognita, unveils mechanisms of adapataion to plant-parasitism in Metazoa. 45' oral presentation.

2007

  • Invited Speaker at the annual FungEffector meeting in Lyon, France, November 29 2007.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Annotation, Comparative and Evolutionary analysis of Fungal CAZomes. 40' oral presentation.

Invited Courses

  • Masters of Biology (BOE, BBMC), Facultés Universitaires Notre Dame de la Paix (FUNDP), Namur, Belgium, December 14, 2012.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Genomic adaptations to plant-parasitism: lessons from root-knot nematodes. 2 hours seminar / course.
  • European Master of Science In Nematology (EUMAINE), Ghent, Belgium, July 3, 2009.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. The genome of the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita, reflects adaptation to plant-parasitism. 1 hour seminar / course.
  • Invited Speaker at INRA course in Phylogenomics. La Phylogénomique : une aide à l'étude des grandes fonctions du vivant. Carry le rouert, France, 12-14 December 2006.

Other

  • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Des vers ont subtilisé des gènes aux bactéries pour pouvoir parasiter les plantes". December 2010. Article in the INRA SPE department website (Link).
  • Etienne G.J. Danchin. "Des vers s’attaquent aux plantes grâce à des gènes dérobés à des bactéries". December 2010. Article in the INRA "Fiche Presse Info" institutional website (Link).
  • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Les bizarreries du génome du nématode à galles Meloidogyne incognita. December 2009. Article in the INRA special web report on Darwin year (Link) and in INRA magazine issue 12 (Link).
  • Genoscope meeting for the ANR project 'NEMATARGET', Evry, France, January 16, 2009.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Genome Sequence of Meloidogyne incognita : structure / assembly --> Relation to asexual mode of reproduction. 20' oral presentation.
  • First Day of the Sophia Agrobiotech Institute, Sophia-Antipolis, France, September 19.
    • Etienne G.J. Danchin. Le Premier Génome D’un Animal Parasite De Plantes Séquencé. Poster.
  • Etienne G.J. Danchin, Pierre Pontarotti, et Philippe Gouret. PhyGenix : Exploiter tout le potentiel de l évolution et de la biodiversité pour décrypter la fonction des gènes. Link
  • Anne MIQUELIS, Etienne G.J. DANCHIN, Alexandre VIENNE, André GILLES et Pierre PONTAROTTI. La phylogénomique témoin de processus de duplications en bloc chez les vertébrés. Atelier de formation INSERM 152 : Génomique comparative des vertébrés : concepts et outils bioinformatiques. Link Presentation in .pdf format

 

 

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