Jean Hausser

in April 2013 in April 2013

I am a post-doctoral fellow at the Weizmann Institute of Science. I am interested in finding principles underlying the architecture of the networks that regulate gene expression. When I am not in the lab, I am experimenting with internet self-hosting, song-writing, reading about the near east, the history of biology, or economics, or dreaming about future travels.

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I grew up in the Strasbourg area, in eastern France. I moved to Karlsruhe, Germany in 2001 for my undergrads, then went on to study in Lyon, France. While doing so, I spent a year watching (brain) waves in San Diego, California, and throwing balls in (discrete) bins in München, Germany during the 2006 Soccer World Cup, before moving to Basel, Switzerland. There, I climbed (likelihood) peaks. Last year, I moved to Israel to see what life has to offer there.

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