Graduations

Recent Graduations at the GCB

October 27, 2017:
Ramona Reinhart, PhD in Biomedical Sciences
Institute of Pharmacology
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Thomas Kaufmann
Thesis: «The importance of BCL-2 family members in cell survival and cell death regulation of basophils»
eMal: Ramona Reinhart

October 23, 2017:
Marcus Johann Kind, PhD in Biomedical Sciences
Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Roch-Philippe Charles
Thesis: «Analysing the role of PI3K isoforms in chemotherapeutic resistance and the oncogenic potential of PIK3C2B mutations»
eMail: Marcus Kind

October 20, 2017:
Silvio Pflugi, PhD in Biomedical Engineering
Institute for Surgical Technology and Biomechanics
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Guoyan Zheng
Thesis: «Development and Validation of Cost-effective Navigation Technology for Peri-acetabular Osteotomy Surgery»
eMail: Silvio Pflugi

October 19, 2017:
David Hasler, PhD in Biomedical Engineering
ARTORG Center for Biomedical Engineering Research, Cardiovascular Engineering
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dominik Obrist
Thesis: «Experimental Investigation of the 3D Flow Field in the Vicinity of Aortic Valve Prostheses»
eMail: David Hasler

October 18, 2017:
Mai Moustafa Ahmed Abd El Hafez, PhD in Biomedical Sciences
Department for BioMedical Research, Cardiovascular Research
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Robert Rieben
Thesis: «Role of Complement and Coagulation in Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury»
eMail: Mai Moustafa Ahmed Abd El Hafez

October 17, 2017:
Maria Christina Precht, DVM,PhD
Div. of Experimental Clinical Research, DCR-VPH, Vetsuisse Faculty Bern
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Peter Vermathen
Thesis: «Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy in small ruminants affected by listeria rhombencephalitis»
eMail: Maria Christina Precht

September 28, 2017:
Sabrina Sofia Burgener, PhD in Immunology
Theodor Kocher Institute
Supervisor: PD Dr. Charaf Benarafa
Thesis: «Cytosolic clade B serpins, Serpinb1a, Serpinb6a and Serpinb9a regulate granule serine protease-induced cell death and inflammation in myeloid cells by cooperative and distinct mechanisms»
eMail: Sabrina Burgener

September 25, 2017:
Chantal-Simone Dysli, MD,PhD
Department of BioMedical Research, Ophthalmology
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Martin Zinkernagel, Prof. Dr. Sebastian Wolf
Thesis: «Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Ophthalmoscopy (FLIO) from Bench to Bedside»
eMail: Chantal-Simone Dysli