Welcome to Loïck!

Loïck Staudenmann graduated from the University of Geneva in 2018 as a biology laboratory technician in the cell transplantation lab studying type 1 diabetes. The research topic was to improve the technique of pancreas transplantation.

Then he worked as an assistant lab manager in the oncology department in Epalinges. Finally, he got a position as lab technician at the vaccinology center of the CMU in Geneva where he worked on the immune response induced by a COVID-19 infection.

His main tasks were the maintenance of the laboratory’s bio-bank and the isolation of PBMC. He worked for this laboratory for 15 months before joining Dr Sophie Croizier’s group as lab technician.