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Balaresque Patricia PhD

Researcher CNRS (Chargée de Recherche 1 CNRS)

Contact : patricia.balaresque@univ-tlse3.fr
Tel : + 00 33 05 61 14 55 04

Research interests :

  1. Detection of sex-specific processes in human genomes
  2. Evolution of sex chromosomes, impact of gene conversion in human and non human primates genomes
  3. Role of large duplicated sequences in adaptative processes
  4. Evolution of hearing sensitivity

Research experience

Nov. 2013 Researcher CNRS (Chargée Recherche 1 CNRS, Uni. Toulouse III)
Nov. 2009 Researcher CNRS (Chargée Recherche 2 CNRS, Uni. Toulouse III)
2005-2009 Research Associate (Department of genetics, Uni. Leicester, UK)
2004-2005 Post-doctoral position (MNHN & Uni Leicester)
2000-2003 PhD human pop genet & genome evolution (MNHN & Tlse III ; MENRT)

Current research project :

  1. Evolution of hearing sensitivity in human and non-human primates : impact of environmental pressures and sexual selection.
  1. Segmental duplications in human and non-human primate genomes.

PhD Students

  1. Franklin DELEHELLE Recherche des duplications segmentaires dans les génomes de vertébrés : répartition génomique et hypothèses (Co-direction Hervé Leuga, Sylvain Cussat-Blanc, Jean-Marc Alliot)
  2. Tien Trang BUI Modèle de régression pour des données non-Euclidiennes en grande dimension. Application aux données microCT structure cochléaire et de mesure de sensibilité auditive (Co-direction Jean-Michel Loubes)

Post-doc

  1. Myriam CROZE Phylogeny of "hearing" genes

Bibliography/ Last papers

• P. Balaresque & T. King (2016) Human phenotypic diversity : an evolutionary perspective, Current Topics in Developmental Biology, in press.

• C. Theves, E. Cabot, C. Bouakaze, P. Chevet, E. Crubezy, & P. Balaresque (2016) About 42% of 154 remains from the "Battle of Le Mans", France (1793) belong to women and children : morphological and genetic evidences" Forensic Science International, 262, 30-36.

• J. Braga, JM. Loubes, JF. Thackeray, D. Descouens, L. Radoscyz, J. Dumoncel, A. Riberon, E. Gilissen, -L. ahl, G. Dasgupta, P. Balaresque, F. De Beer (2015) Disproportionate cochlear length in genus Homo shows a high phylogenetic signal during apes’ hearing evolution. Plos One DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0127780.

• E. Heyer, JT Brandenburg, M. Leonardi, B. Toupance, P. Balaresque, T. Hegay, A. Aldashev, F. Austerlitz (2015) Patrilinearity conditions male cultural transmission of reproductive success in Central Asia and impacts genetic diversity. American Journal of Physical Anthropology ; DOI : 10.1002/ajpa.22739.

• P. Balaresque, N. Poulet, S. Cussat-Blanc, L. Quintana-Murci, E. Heyer & M.A. Jobling (2015) Y-chromosome descent clusters and male differential reproductive success : Young lineage expansions dominate Asian pastoral nomadic populations. European Journal of Human Genetics, doi : 10.1038/ejhg.2014.285.

• T. E King, G. Gonzalez Fortes, P. Balaresque, P. Maisano Delser, R. Neumann, M. Thomas, D. Balding, W. Parson, M. Knapp, S. Walsh, M. Kayser, L. Tonasso, P. Forster, J. Holt , J. Appleby, D. Ekerdjian, M. Hofreiter & K. Schurer (2014) DNA identification of the remains of Richard III. Nat Comm, doi:10.1038/ncomms6631.

Publications online
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Patricia_Balaresque/contributions