Anna-Maria Olziersky, PhD

2019-2020

Amy did her PhD with Pr. P. Meraldi (University of Geneva) on the mechanisms of chromosome segregation during mitosis following genetic and chemical perturbations (2016-2019).
As a post-doc in our lab, she worked on deriving organoids from ovarian cancer samples. She is now working at Roche.

 

Maria Josefina Lascano Maillard, PhD

2018-2019

Josefina, biologist, did her PhD with Pr. J. Luban (University of Geneva, University of Massachusetts Medical School) on the role of TRIM5 in innate immune cell signaling (2009-2014). She gained experience as a post-doc in bioinformatic, programming and data mining at the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatic (SIB). In our lab, she worked on analyzing single-cell RNA-sequencing datasets. She moved to Pr E. Dermitzakis lab as a senior scientist.

 

 

 

Beata Rak, MD, PhD student

2017

Beata is resident in internal medicine and a visiting PhD student from the University of Warsaw, Poland. During her 6 months’ internship in the Labidi-Galy group, Beata worked on the impact of overexpression of cyclin E on breast cancer. Beat is now finishing her PhD on endometrial carcinomas in Warsaw.

 

 

 

Sarah Stuckelberger, MD

2017

Sarah received her MD from the Faculty of Medicine of Geneva and started a residency in obstetrics/gynecology at the University Hospital of Lausanne. She spent 3 months’ internship with Dr Labidi-Galy working on BRCA2 mutations in ovarian cancer. Currently, Sarah is completing a post-doctoral research fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania with a focus on a mouse models of high-grade serous ovarian carcinoma.