Being interested in both molecular and evolutionary biology, my aim is to combine the knowledge accumulated in these complementary fields. The goal of my project is to investigate the role of pleiotropy and epistasis in generating phenotypic correlations.
First assistant, Post doctorate researcher.(50%)
1998 - 2002
PhD. Thesis (University of Lausanne, at the Swiss Institute of Experimental Cancer Research) under the supervision of Dr. Joachim Lingner and Dr. Markus Nabholz. Subject: Regulation of the catalytic subunit of the human telomerase.
1996 - 1997
Master of Science (University of Bern, Switzerland), Prof. Bernhard Erni. Subject: development of screening assays to detect peptides that uncouple the bacterial phosphotransferase system. Final assessment: 5.5 (maximum = 6).
1993 - 1997
Study in Biology with specialisation in Biochemistry (University of Bern, Switzerland) 1989-1993 Medical technician and evening Gymnase
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