Master Projects

Current Master Projects Propostitions


Past Master Projects

Since 2010, twelve final master thesis projects were performed at the Biomolecular Screening Facility under the direction of Gerardo Turcatti, co-supervised by different members of the platform.

2018

Bo Kyoung KIM (University of Geneva / EPFL, Chemical Biology)

lmage-based quantification of cardiomyocytes beating dynamics by Digital Holographic Microscopy (supervised by Benjamin Rappaz & Fabien Kuttler)


2017

Céline Dind (Pharmacy School, EPGL)

Caractérisation biologique et physico-chimique de hits actifs sur les cyclooxygénases (supervised by Marc Chambon)


2016

Sabrina AYOUB (Pharmacy School, EPGL)

Studying CFTR receptor activity by digital holographic microscopy (supervised by Benjamin Rappaz)


Oumaima LAHOUEGUE (Pharmacy School, EPGL)

Identification of selective inhibitors of COX-1 using enzymatic and cellular screening approaches (supervised by Marc Chambon)


Kilian COCHET (EPFL)

Compounds toxicity screening by High Content Analysis using automated fluorescence microscopy and digital holographic imaging (supervised by Fabien Kuttler)


2015

Camille DAYER

miRNAs as biomarkers for chronic pain in humans. IRR-institut de recherche en réadpation-réinsertion (Sion)


Ana DJORDJEVIC

Profiling chemical collections: Determining the quality, spectral and toxic properties of compounds


Marko MATOS

Developing a screening assay for the discovery of Acid Sensing Ion Channels (ASICs) inhibitors


2013

Manon MUELLER

Development of amplification strategies to improve sensitivity of nucleic acid detection assays on the multiplex detection platform of Biocartis


2012

Jérémie EMERY

Multiplexed detection of nucleic acids – testing and benchmarking a novel platform developed by Biocartis


2010

Guillaume JACOT

Cellular transfection of small interfering RNA’s (siRNAs). Electroporation as an alternative to liposome-based delivery transfection methods.


Julien MENA

Development of high content image-based cell viability assays

Julien Mena has been awarded with the price 2010 for the best Master thesis in Biotechnology of the master of Biotechnology and Bioengineering