Elective Modules 2017

edit | 09.11.2017
  1. Prof. Hugues Abriel: Diseases caused by dysfunctional ion channels - Channelopathies (Slot 1: 2 students/Slot 2: 2 students)
  2. Prof. Dr. Antoine Adamantidis: Sleep oscillations and network activity of thalamo-cortical circuits (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  3. Prof. Dr. Antoine Adamantidis: Why we sleep: Energy conservation and the role of the hypothalamus (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  4. Dr. Med. Maxime Baud/Prof. Dr. Antoine Adamantidis: Fluctuations in Seizure Riks and Cortical Excitability in Epilepsy (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  5. Prof. Dr. Med. Claudio Bassetti/Prof. Dr. Antoine Adamantidis: Sleep as a model to understand and manipulate cortical activity in order to promote neuroplasticity and functional recovery after stroke (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  6. Prof Guido Beldi: Immune regulation of liver regeneration (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  7. Prof. Dr. med. Andrea Endimiani: Characterization of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria (“Superbugs”) Colonizing the Intestinal Tract of both Humans and Animals and Contaminating the Food Chain (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  8. Prof. Britta Engelhardt: Investigating the multi-step migration of different T cell subsets across the blood-brain barrier under physiological flow in vitro (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  9. PD Dr phil nat Geneviève Escher: Reverse cholesterol transport in the Swiss population (Slot 1: 1 student)
  10. PD Dr phil nat Geneviève Escher: Sterol 27-hydroxylase and vitamin D in different diseases (Slot 1: 1 student)
  11. PD Dr phil nat Geneviève Escher: The effect of high salt diet in Slc39a8 knockin mice (Slot 2: 1 student)
  12. Dr. Bertrand Favre: Understanding the link between exosomes and epidermolysis bullosa simplex (Slot 1: 2 students/Slot 2: 2 students)
  13. Dr. Bertrand Favre: Setting up a screening method to identify immortalized B cells secreting antibodies to paraneoplastic pemphigus auto-antigens (Slot 1: 2 students/Slot 2: 2 students)
  14. Prof. Dr. Benjamin Gantenbein: Effect of members of the TGF-B family on mesenchymal stem cells to treat intervertebral disc degeneration (Slot 1 or 2: 1 Student)
  15. Prof. Dr. Benjamin Gantenbein: Simulation of BMP antagonist down regulation by shRNA transfection (Slot 1 or 2: 1 Student)
  16. Prof. Dr. Benjamin Gantenbein: 3D Bioprinting Applications for Anterior Cruciate Ligaments (Slot 1 or 2: 1 Student)
  17. Dr. Jordi Gracia-Sancho: Hepatic microcirculation and cell-cell interactions in chronic liver disease (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  18. PD Dr. Michael Grössl: Bioanalytical Techniques in Steroid Research: (Slot 2: 3 students)
  19. Prof. Siegfried Hapfelmeier: Artificial microbiota-pathogen symbiosis: intestinal pathogen turned into protective symbionts (Slot 1: 2 students/Slot 2: 2 students)
  20. PD Dr. phil. Lucy Hathaway: Specific peptide recognition by Streptococcus pneumoniae (Slot 1: 1 student)
  21. PD Dr. M. Heller: Missing value imputation simulation for quantitative mass spectrometry (Bioinformatics) (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  22. Prof. W. Hofstetter: Mechanisms of Noggin-mediated Bone Resorption (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  23. Prof. Dr. Thomas Kaufmann: The Emerging Role of Programmed Cell Death in Basophils (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  24. PD Dr. Philippe Krebs: Modulation of the intestinal environment by mRNA splicing (Slot 1 or 2: 1 Student)
  25. Prof. Jan P. Kucera: The dynamics of the cardiac action potential (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  26. Dr. Ilaria Marinoni/Prof. Aurel Perren: Understanding pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors progression and therapy resistance (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  27. Dr. Thomas Michael Marti: Characterization and targeting of lung cancer tumor initiating cells (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  28. Prof. E. Niggli / Dr. M. Fernandez Tenorio: SERCA modulation regulates SR-Ca2+ threshold to generate Ca2+ waves in mouse cardiomyocytes (Slot 2: 1 student)
  29. PD Dr. Elisabeth Oppliger Leibundgut: Monitoring of Targeted Therapy in Acute Myeloid Leukemia (Slot 1: 1-2 student(s))
  30. Prof. Robert Rieben or Mai Abdelhafez: Myocardial reperfusion injury in pigs (over)expressing endothelial cell protective human genes (Slot 1: 1-2 student(s)/(Slot 2: 1-2 student(s)
  31. Prof. Robert Rieben or Dzhuliya Dzhonova: Characterization of rejection and minimization of immunosuppression in a model of hand transplantation (Slot 1: 1-2 student(s)/(Slot 2: 1-2 student(s)
  32. Prof. Robert Rieben or Riccardo Sfriso: Endothelial cell protection in xenotransplantation: Assessing the effect of multiple transgenes and the pathophysiological role of the plasma cascade systems (Slot 1: 1-2 student(s)/(Slot 2: 1-2 student(s)
  33. Prof. S. Rohr: Cellular Mechanisms of Cardiac Arrhythmias (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  34. Dr. Daniel Sanchez: Bioinformatics study of liver regeneration dynamics and cell populations (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  35. Prof. Hans-Uwe Simon: Characterization of the cellular bioenergetics of human adult stem cells (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  36. Prof. Hans-Uwe Simon: Proteomic Analysis of Autophagy Network in Cancer Cells (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  37. Prof. Hans-Uwe Simon: The role of autophagy in intestinal epithelial cells, and its relevance in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)(Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  38. PD Dr Deborah Stroka: Role of the Hippo Pathway in Liver Cancer and Disease (Slot 1: 2 students/Slot 2: 2 students)
  39. Dr. Adriano Taddeo: Targeting the lymphatic system for modulating immune rejection and promoting tolerance in vascularized composite allotransplantation (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  40. Dr. Adriano Taddeo: Investigating tissue engineering to create nerve allograft scaffolds for the repair of peripheral nerve injuries (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  41. Prof. W. Weinmann: Metabolism studies on NPS using human liver microsomes (Slot 1: 1 student)
  42. Prof. S. Yousefi: Restoring anti-microbial activity in NADPH-deficient neutrophils by “mitochondrial mobility drugs” (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)
  43. Dr. Y. Zimmer, PhD./ Dr. Michaela Medová, PhD: MET-inhibition-mediated tumor radiosensitization (Slot 1: 2 students/Slot 2: 2 students)
  44. Prof. Dr. med. Andrew Chan: Neuroimmunology – basic and translational research (Slot 1: 1 student/Slot 2: 1 student)

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