Graduations

Recent Graduations at the GCB

January 12, 2018:
Daniela Angelika Frauchiger, PhD in Biomedical Engineering
Institute for Surgical Technology and Biomechanics
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Benjamin Gantenbein
Thesis: «Engineered Silk, Reinforced Hydrogel and Progenitor Cell Therapy for Intervertebral Disc Repair»
eMail: Daniela Angelika Frauchiger

January 11, 2018:
Martina Rothenbühler, PhD in Biomedical Sciences
CTU Bern (Clinical Trials Unit)
Supervisors: PD Dr. Dierik Hans Heg, Prof. Dr. Peter Jüni
Thesis: «Advanced statistical methods in cardiovascular research»
eMail: Martina Rothenbühler

December 20, 2017:
Seyed Morteza Seyed Jafari, MD,PhD
Department for BioMedical Research, Dermatology
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Robert Hunger
Thesis: «Efficacy of electroporation-mediated gene delivery on survival of skin flaps»
eMail: Morteza Jafari

December 20, 2017:
David Lukas Schädeli, PhD of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Peter Bütikofer
Thesis: «Discovery of Novel Cardiolipin-dependent Proteins in Trypanosoma brucei»
eMail: David Schädeli

December 15, 2017:
Martin Richard Faderl, PhD in Immunology
Institute of Pathology
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christoph Müller
Thesis: «Host-microbial interactions during steady state and intestinal inflammation in a gnotobiotic mouse model of remitting-relapsing colitis»
eMail: Martin Faderl

December 15, 2017:
Maricruz Guevara Soto, DVM,PhD
Centre of Fish and Wildlife Health, Vetsuisse Faculty Bern
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Helmut Segner, PD Dr. Heike Schmidt-Posthaus
Thesis: «Emerging disease which threatens sustainable aquaculture and wild fish population: Epitheliocystis»
eMail: Maricruz Guevara Soto

December 8, 2017:
Ulrich Baumgartner, PhD of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Institute of Pathology
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Erik Vassella
Thesis: «microRNAs as modulators of cell-signaling and their role in chemoresistance in solid cancer»
eMail: Ulrich Baumgartner

December 4, 2017:
Morgan Chevalier, PhD in Biomedical Sciences
Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hugues Abriel
Thesis: «Regulation of the cardiac sodium channel Nav1.5 by CASK and calcineurin»
eMail: Morgan Chevalier