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Work Experience

Postdoctoral Scientist

Curie Institute

September 2009 - September 2014

PhD student

Monash University

May 2005 - September 2009

Research Assistant

Monash Institute of Medical Research

December 2003 - November 2004

Education

Doctor of Philosophy

Monash University

May 2005 - May 2009

Honours Degree of Biomedical Science

Monash University

December 2002 - October 2003

Bachelor of Biomedical Science

Monash University

December 1999 - November 2002

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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
R. Duffie, S. Ajjan, M. V. Greenberg, N. Zamudio, M. Escamilla del Arenal, J. Iranzo, I. Okamoto, S. Barbaux, P. Fauque, D. Bourc'his(2014). The Gpr1/Zdbf2 locus provides new paradigms for transient and dynamic genomic imprinting in mammals . Genes {\&} Development. 28. (5). p. 463--478. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
Natasha Zamudio, William A. Pastor, Hume Stroud, Kevin Nee, Wanlu Liu, Dubravka Pezic, Sergei Manakov, Serena A. Lee, Guillaume Moissiard, Déborah Bourc’his, et al.(2014). {MORC}1 represses transposable elements in the mouse male germline . Nat Comms. 5. p. 5795. Nature Publishing Group
Y. Tarabay, E. Kieffer, M. Teletin, C. Celebi, A. Van Montfoort, N. Zamudio, M. Achour, R. El Ramy, E. Gazdag, P. Tropel, et al.(2013). The mammalian-specific Tex19.1 gene plays an essential role in spermatogenesis and placenta-supported development . Human Reproduction. 28. (8). p. 2201--2214. Oxford University Press ({OUP})
Natasha M. Zamudio, Hamish S. Scott, Katja Wolski, Chi-Yi Lo, Charity Law, Dillon Leong, Sarah A. Kinkel, Suyinn Chong, Damien Jolley, Gordon K. Smyth, et al.(2011). {DNMT}3L Is a Regulator of X Chromosome Compaction and Post-Meiotic Gene Transcription . {PLoS} {ONE}. 6. (3). p. e18276. Public Library of Science ({PLoS})
N Zamudio, D Bourc'his(2010). Transposable elements in the mammalian germline: a comfortable niche or a deadly trap? . Heredity. 105. (1). p. 92--104. Nature Publishing Group
N. M Zamudio, S. Chong, M. K O'Bryan(2008). Epigenetic regulation in male germ cells . Reproduction. 136. (2). p. 131--146. {BioScientifica}
Natasha Zamudio, Suyinn Chong, Nicola Vickaryous, Alyson Ashe, Neil Youngson, Sarah Hemley, Tomas Stopka, Arthur Skoultchi, Jacqui Matthews, Hamish S Scott, et al.(2007). Modifiers of epigenetic reprogramming show paternal effects in the mouse . Nat Genet. 39. (5). p. 614--622. Nature Publishing Group
WORKING PAPER
DNA methylation restrains transposons from adopting a chromatin signature permissive for meiotic recombination. Genes and Development.