About Alexander Adibekian received his BSc (2002) and MSc (2004) from the University of Hannover, Germany. His master’s thesis research […]
Paul Dyson’s main research interests are in bioorganometallic chemistry and the study of metal ions in living systems. He has developed a series of organometallic drugs that display in vivo antimetastatic and antiangiogenic properties.
Jean Gruenberg was a professor of Biochemistry at the University of Geneva. The main interest of his research group was to study the morphogenesis of sub-cellular organelles and the mechanisms that control intracellular membrane dynamics.
Professor Hantschel’s lab uses interdisciplinary approaches at the interface of protein biochemistry, medicine, structural biology and chemical biology to study cancer cell signaling with the aim of finding novel ways for therapeutic intervention.
Jérôme Lacour holds a full professor position in the department of Organic Chemistry. Currently, his primary research interests are in asymmetric synthesis and catalysis using organic, physical organic, organometallic and coordination chemistry tools.
Freddy Radtke is an associate professor in the Life Science department (SV / ISREC) at EPFL. His main research interest is studying molecular mechanisms controlling stem cell maintenance and differentiation processes in self-renewing tissues and cancer.
Jean-Louis Reymond is a professor of chemistry at the university of Berne. His current research includes computer-aided drug design based on virtual library generation and screening and the development of peptide dendrimers as artificial proteins.
Kaori Sugihara lab studies the mechanism of lipid self-assembly and develops applications with the formed lipid nanostructures toward biomedical engineering and electronics. The research is in the field of physical chemistry, biophysics, biomaterials, bioelectronics, bio-optics and biomedical engineering.
Jieping Zhu is a professor of organic chemistry at EPFL. Total synthesis of complex natural products and development of new synthetic methodologies including multicomponent reactions are his main research interests.
Andreas Zumbühl is a Professeur Boursier in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Fribourg. His main research interests are the synthesis of artificial phospholipids and their applications in biology and medicine.