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Juliette Luiselli


56, bvd Niels Bohr 69100 Villeurbanne

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Gitlab INRIA

Gitlab ENS



Current research

Influence of effective population size on genome architecture: a modeling and simulation study
September 2022 — August 2025 (?) Current

Thesis in the INRIA Beagle team, in Lyon (INSA).
Under the supervision of Guillaume Beslon and Nicolas Lartillot.

Publications récentes

Genome streamlining: effect of mutation rate and population size on genome size reduction March 2024, preprint
Juliette Luiselli, Jonathan Rouzaud-Cornabas, Nicolas Lartillot, Guillaume Beslon

Forward-in-time simulation of chromosomal rearrangements: The invisible backbone that sustains long-term adaptation December 2023, Molecular Ecology
Juliette Luiselli*, Paul Banse*, David P. Parsons, Théotime Grohens, Marco Foley, Leonardo Trujillo, Jonathan Rouzaud-Cornabas, Carole Knibbe, Guillaume Beslon

Detecting the ecological footprint of selection August 2023, prepint
Juliette Luiselli , Isaac Overcast, Andrew Rominger, Megan Ruffley, Hélène Morlon, James Rosindell

Current situation

Recently graduated from ENS Ulm, I am doing my PhD in Lyon in the INRIA Beagle team.

My thesis focuses on the study of eukaryotic and prokaryotic genome architecture, using the Aevol software. From April to July 2024, I will be at the Univerity of Sherbrooke (Canada) for a research visit in collaboration with Manuel Lafont.

I spend my free time reading, playing volleyball, coding, and using Wikipedia and Twitter.