Team

Holiday Dinner 2023

Holiday Dinner 2023

December 2023

Marie Munoz

Marie Munoz

Position
Administrative Employee
Office
CH B3 495
Matteo Nicolas Doudin

Matteo Nicolas Doudin

Position
Doctoral Assistant
Office
CH B3 425
Percy Rossignol

Percy Rossignol

Position
Project Student
 

Alumni

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.