Holiday Dinner 2023

Holiday Dinner 2023

December 2023

Marie Munoz

Marie Munoz

Administrative Employee
CH B3 495


Dr. Harsh Nagpal (2018-2022), now Senior Scientist at Qkine, Cambridge, UK.

Dr. Eduard Ebberink (2017-2022), now Postdoctoral Researcher at Utrecht University, Netherlands.

Dr. Anne-Marinette Cao (2017-2021), now Senior Scientist at University of Fribourg, Switzerland.

Dr. Timothy Reichart (2020), now Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Hampden-Sydney College, USA.

Dr. Iuliia Boichenko (2016-2019), now Deputy Head of Polyclonal Antibody development at BioGenes, Germany.

Dr. Karthik Maddi (2017-2019), now at , UK.

Dr. Carolin Lechner (2014-2016), now Director Research & Development at Bachem, Switzerland.

Dr. Kristina Makasheva (2018-2023) “Development of multiplexed single-molecule imaging techniques to study chromatin invasion dynamics of chromatin effector proteins”. Now Postdoctoral Researcher at Friedrich Miescher Institute (FMI), Switzerland.

Dr. Maxime Mivelaz (2016-2021) “Dynamic Chromatin Invasion and Remodeling by the Transcription Factor Rap1“. Now Postdoctoral Researcher at Yale University, USA.

Dr. Nora Guidotti (2016-2020) “Development of chemical biology tools to reveal the function and organization of the silenced chromatin state“. Now Senior Scientist at Athebio AG, Switzerland.

Dr. Ninad Agashe (2014-2019) “Protein Engineering tools to explore the function of protein post-translational modifications for chromatin and microtubule cytoskeletal biology“. Now Senior Science Business Development Associate at Genepath, India.

Dr. Louise Bryan (2014-2018) “Deciphering the chromatin binding mechanisms of human HP1 variants at the single-molecule level“. Now Group Leader at ExcellGene SA, Switzerland.

Dr. Andreas Bachmann (2014-2018) “Dynamic protein-chromatin interactions in heterochromatin and during the DNA damage response on the single molecule level“. Now Technical Specialist at ETH Zürich, Switzerland.

Dr. Aurore Delachat (2013-2017) “Genetically encoded multivalent sensors to detect bivalent epigenetic modifications in living stem cells“. Now at AC Immune, Switzerland.

Dr. Sinan Kilic (2012-2017) “Heterochromatin protein 1 recruitment and chromatin conformational dynamics at the single-molecule level“. Now Postdoctoral Researcher at Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.