StefanOberlin



I completed my PhD in 2018 at ETH in Zurich elaborating the interplay between transposable elements and their hosts. The focus of my PhD work was centred around the harmful effects of transposons to their host and the counteraction defense mechanisms. At UCSF, I continue to broaden our understanding of repetitive elements, but with regards to their valuable contributions to gene regulatory networks. I enjoy to work at the interface between lab work and computational biology and appreciate a good balance between the two.
In my free time I love being outside, playing volleyball, biking, cooking and eating good food .


recent publications

de Felippes FF, Marchais A, Sarazin A, Oberlin S, Voinnet O. A single miR390 targeting event is sufficient for triggering TAS3-tasiRNA biogenesis in Arabidopsis.. Vol 45.; 2017. (Nucleic Acids Res; vol 45; no 9).
Oberlin S, Sarazin A, Chevalier C, Voinnet O, Marí-Ordóñez A. A genome-wide transcriptome and translatome analysis of transposons identifies a unique and conserved genome expression strategy for retroelements.. Vol 27.; 2017. (Genome Res; vol 27; no 9).
Pumplin N, Sarazin A, Jullien PE, Bologna NG, Oberlin S, Voinnet O. DNA Methylation Influences the Expression of DICER-LIKE4 Isoforms, Which Encode Proteins of Alternative Localization and Function.. Vol 28.; 2016. (Plant Cell; vol 28; no 11).