Nominations

Chronological order of publication in this website

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Leçon de nomination professorale - Georg Ehret

Cardiologie préventive: une histoire de tension artérielle et de cholestérol

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Leçon publique du Pr Georg Ehret, membre d'iGE3, dans le cadre de sa promotion à la fonction de professeur associé aux Départements académique et hospitalier de médecine.

Jeudi 19 janvier 2023 - 14 h
CMU - Auditoire Albert Renold / B01.2426, bâtiment B, 1er étage

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New iGE3 member - Christoph Scheiermann

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We are pleased to welcome Pr Christoph Scheiermann as a new faculty member of iGE3.

Christoph Scheiermann is an associate professor at the Department of Pathology and Immunology of the Faculty of Medicine. His research focuses on circadian rhythms in the immune response and neural control of the immune system. His group develops novel therapeutic leads to target the immune system in a rhythmic manner such as in the case of vaccinations. For the aspect of neural control, they investigate how central as well as peripheral nervous system (CNS/PNS) responses influence immune cell behavior in peripheral tissues.

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New iGE3 member - Ivana Gasic

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It is our pleasure to welcome Pre Ivana Gasic as a new faculty member of iGE3.

Ivana Gasic is an assistant professor at the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology of the Faculty of Science. Her lab challenges the central dogma postulating that regulation of gene expression and protein quantity is a unidirectional process. The goal of her team is to dissect the molecular mechanisms that govern tubulin protein quantity control using biochemical and structural approaches, transcriptomics, and genome-wide screening. To address the functional aspects of protein quantity control, they deploy fluorescent imaging of mammalian cultured cells.

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New iGE3 member - Kimberly Kline

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We are pleased to welcome Pre Kimberly Kline as a new faculty member of iGE3.

Kimberly Kline is a full professor at the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Medicine of the Faculty of Medicine. She is interested in the pathogenesis of biofilm-associated infections. In her research she applies a variety of genetic and genomic approaches to interrogate both monomicrobial and polymicrobial Enterococcus faecalis biofilm pathogenesis, including transposon screens in vitro and in vivo using animal models and transposon-sequencing.

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Leçon de nomination professorale - Jacques Schrenzel

La métagénomique clinique: un nouvel outil pour l'infectiologue

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Leçon publique du Pr Jacques Schrenzel, membre d'iGE3, dans le cadre de sa promotion à la fonction de professeur ordinaire aux Départements académique et hospitalier de Médecine et au Département Diagnostique des HUG.

Jeudi 30 juin 2022 - 14 h
CMU – Auditoire Renold, bâtiment B, 1er étage

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New iGE3 member - Valérie Schwitzgebel

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We are pleased to welcome Pre Valérie Schwitzgebel as a new faculty member of iGE3.

Valérie Schwitzgebel is an assistant professor at the Department of Paediatrics, Gynaecology and Obstetrics of the Faculty of Medicine, and an assistant physician at the Development and Growth Division of the Geneva University Hospitals where she leads the Pediatric Endocrine and Diabetes Unit. Her research focuses on the genetic basis of diabetes mellitus. Her laboratory investigates subtypes of diabetes mellitus by applying whole exome and genome sequencing in cohorts of children and adults; newly identified genes are then charactzerized using in vitro and in vivo models. Genetically instructed precision diagnosis of diabetes type 1 will further allow optimizing treatment to improve metabolic control and quality of life.

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New iGE3 member - Pei-Hsuan Wu

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It is our pleasure to welcome Pre Pei-Hsuan (Xuan) Wu as a new faculty member of iGE3.

Pei-Hsuan (Xuan) Wu is an assistant professor at the Department of Genetic Medicine and Development of the Faculty of Medicine. She is interested in the paternal contribution of PIWI-interacting RNAs (piRNAs) to early mouse embryogenesis. Her lab aims to understand the mechanism underlying the intergenerational role of paternal piRNAs and gain insight into how fathers impact the offspring through epigenetic mechanisms.

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New iGE3 member - Camilla Bellone

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It is our pleasure to welcome Pre Camilla Bellone as a new faculty member of iGE3.

Camilla Bellone is an associate professor at the Department of Basic Neurosciences of the Faculty of Medicine. She uses various in vivo and in vitro techniques to study the neuronal mechanisms underlying social behavior in physiological conditions, and genetic mouse models related to psychiatric diseases to investigate the pathophysiological mechanisms underlying social behavioral deficits.

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New iGE3 member - Simone Becattini

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It is our pleasure to welcome Pr Simone Becattini as a new faculty member of iGE3.

Simone Becattini is an assistant professor at the Department of Pathology and Immunology of the Faculty of Medicine. His main research topic is the gut microbiota. His laboratory is interested in understanding the intricate relationship existing between intestinal microbes and the host immune system, and in exploiting the underlying principles to fight infectious and inflammatory diseases.

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New iGE3 member - Yamama Naciri

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We are pleased to welcome Dre Yamama Naciri as a new faculty member of the iGE3.

Yamama Naciri is a curator at the Conservatory and Botanical Garden of the City of Geneva, and a lecturer at the Department of Botany and Plant Biology of the Faculty of Science. His group aims at understanding the diversification of species and their evolutionary history at both the intra- and interspecific levels. Her research themes encompass species phylogeography with applications in conservation as well as species delimitation and relationships in different groups of plants using molecular markers, in addition to the traditional tools of morphology and/or anatomy.