People Archive


Welcome to Stéphanie!

Stéphanie Scuderi has joined the CIG on June 1st ,2017. She is going to replace Danielle at the secretariat on the 5th floor. She is going to work for B. Thorens’s and F. Hamaratoglu’s groups every mornings and also Thursdays pm. Before joining the CIG, she has worked for many years at a research and development private company in Lausanne.

Photo Stéphanie S.


Welcome to Nikolay!

Nikolay Milev obtained his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at Durham University and his Master and PhD degrees at the University of Cambridge. During his doctoral studies, he investigated the role of redox and metabolic oscillations for the circadian clock, combining basic biochemistry and systems biology approaches. He is now joining Prof Gatfield’s group as a postdoc, where he will be studying the mechanism and functions of translational regulation in the circadian clockwork.



Welcome to Bertrand






Bertrand Rochat obtained his PhD at the UNIL in 1997 working at Cery hospital. Then, he experienced various post-doc periods in France, USA and Scotland. He moved back to Switzerland in 2000, worked one year at the EPFL and 2 years at Novartis Pharma in Basel. In 2003, he moved back to set up LC-MS analyses at the CHUV hospital until recently. Now, he is going to start new projects at PAF and with its team (from May 2nd, 2017). Projects are at the interface between clinical and basic researches such as quantitative or discovery screening analyses of native peptides and proteins.



Welcome to Hélène!

Hélène Moser studied biological analysis (TAB) at the ES Santé in Lausanne.  She worked for 3 years in a medical diagnosis laboratory and found her way in research at the Centre of Psychiatric Neurosciences. She is now joining Dr Michalik’s group as labtechnician in May 2017.



Welcome (back) to Angelica!

Angelica Liechti is going to join David Gatfield’s group as lab technician from May 2017. She previously worked at the CIG in Henrik Kaessmann’s group until it was relocated to Heidelberg. She is coming back to the CIG where she will be working on translation regulation mechanisms.




Welcome to Carlos!

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.