Welcome to Carlos Luzolo Soba, who joined the stock and ordering service at the CIG. He is experienced in stock management and safety in a biomedical environment. He has two kids and is keen on running.
The CIG would like to thank very much Marlyne Berger for her years of service and wish her all the best for her retirement.
Thanks to all who came to her farewell apero.
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Nhan Thanh Nguyen finished her PhD study on the role of the transcription factor ZNF217 in tumorigenesis under the supervision of Prof. Pascale Cohen and Dr. Julie Vendrell at the Cancer Research Center of Lyon. Then she followed my 2-year postdoctoral research in the team of Dr. Florence Cammas, Cancer Research Center of Montpellier, where she worked on the role of Heterochromatin protein 1 in the stability of common fragile sites. In April, she will join the research group of Dr. Liliane Michalik as a postdoc. Her project will focus on the roles of PPAR isoforms in skin cancer progression in response to environmental cues.
Dear family, dear friends, dear colleagues,
It is my great pleasure to invite you to my public thesis defense on Thursday 13th of April at 17h in the Biophore-Amphi room of the biophore building at the university of Lausanne http://planete.unil.ch/plan?t=b&i=BIO .
The defense will be in french and will be followed by an apero.
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I am looking forward to sharing this moment with you,
Nastassia Gobet obtained her Bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Geneva. She joined the group Dion in February 2017 as a Master’s student in Molecular Life Science with specialization in bioinformatics. She is working on a novel method to measure the instability of disease-causing trinucleotide repeats using next-generation sequencing.