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Prof. Jacques SCHRENZEL
MD, Team Leader
+41 (0)22 372 73 08
  • Study the pathogenesis of S. aureus using genomic approaches.
  • Technology transfer to clinical microbiology (identification, susceptibility and typing).
  • Research field
Dr. Patrice FRANCOIS
PhD, Team Leader
+41 (0)22 379 41 18
  • Study the pathogenesis of S. aureus using genomic approaches.
  • Technology transfer to clinical microbiology (identification, susceptibility and typing).
  • 2007 Viollier Research Awards.
  • Sanofi-Aventis Prize 2006.
  • Pfizer Awards 2004,
    (development of qMRSA : a rapid procedure intended for the detection and identification of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus using immuno-qPCR ).
  • Merck Sharp & Dohme-Chibret Prize 2000.
  • Research field


Dr. Vladimir LAZAREVIC
PhD, Research Scientist
+41 (0)22 379 41 25
  • Development of metagenomic approaches.
  • Study of human flora in clinical samples
Dr. Anna CORVAGLIA
PhD, Research Scientist
+41(0)22 379 41 25
  • S. aureus genome plasticity. Genome integrity and transferability of mobile genetic elements
Dr. Yannick CHARRETIER
PhD, Research Scientist
+41(0)22 379 47 53
  • Study of antibiotic resistance mechanisms in Gram-negative bacteria
  • Development of molecular methods to detect bacteria and antibiotic resistance genes within clinical samples
Dr. Stéphane DORSAZ
PhD, Molecular Biology
+41(0)22 379 47 53
  • Metagenomics
Floriane Laumay
PhD student
+41(0)22 379 47 53
  • Role of prophages in host tropism and virulence of S. aureus strains belonging to the clonal complex 398
Eve-Julie BONETTI
Technician
+41 (0)22 379 47 53
 
Myriam GIRARD
Technician
+41 (0)22 379 47 53
 


Stefano LEO
Bioinformatician
+41 (0)22 379 47 53
  • Metagenomic and genomic projects
  • Gene expression analysis
  • Characterization of new bacterial species
Nadia GAÏA
Bioinformatician
+41 (0)22 379 47 53
  • Metagenomic and genomic projects
  • Gene expression analysis
  • Characterization of new bacterial species
Dr. Justine LOUIS
PhD, Mathematics
+41 (0)22 379 47 53
  • Metagenomic projects
  • Graphical User Interface development
Damien BAUD
Physicist
+41 (0)22 379 41 25
  • Transcriptomics, Genomics analysis
  • High-throughput sequencing-related analysis and developpment
  • Software developpment
  • IT
Luke ANSON
Bioinformatician
+41 (0)22 379 41 25
  • Genomics
  • Nanopore sequencing


Etienne RUPPE
PharmD, PhD, Clinical microbiologist
  • Clinical microbiology
  • Antibiotic resistance
  • Metagenomics
Seydina DIENE
PhD, biology
  • Study fo Biofilm formation on UAMS-1 S. aureus strain.
  • Bacterial comparative genomics
  • Whole genome assembly and annotation
  • High-Throughput sequencing data analysis
  • Antibiotic resistance investigation through genomics
Adrien FISCHER
PhD, biology
  • Study fo Biofilm formation on UAMS-1 S. aureus strain.
Manuela BENTO-TANGOMO
Technician
Dr David HERNANDEZ
PhD, Bioinformatician
  • Bioinformatics coordination,
  • Developpement of the Edena de novo assembly software
  • High-throughput sequencing-related analysis and developpment,
  • Riotton Prize 2008.
Dr. Nadya MONINA
PhD, Research Scientist
  • Evolution of S. aureus genome: impact on metabolism
Cindy LAMAMY
Technician
Kumiko KAMBARA
PhD, Research Scientist
Yann GIZARD
Bioinformatician
  • High throughput sequencing-related analysis,
  • IT.
Marie BEAUME
PhD
  • S. aureus small RNAs.
Katrine WHITESON
PhD, Research Scientist
  • Development of metagenomic approaches.
  • Study of human flora in clinical samples
Ludwig STENZ
PhD
  • Study of secretome content in Biofilm forming S.aureus (UAMS-1 and S30 strains) using proteomics.
Claude MAYERAT
Technician
  • Inhibition of dental biofilm formation.
Carl-Orphée RELIGIEUX
Computer scientist
  • Vizualization tool for comparative genomics.
Dr Antoine HUYGHE
PhD, Bioinformatician
  • Study of the Gingival Flora of Noma patients,
  • Microarray design & analysis,
  • Databases.
Amandine CAMPAN
Student
  • High-troughput sequencing
Ioana POLICEANU
Student
  • Genes clustering
Yvan CHARBONNIER
Computer scientist
  • Microarray design & analysis,
  • Bioinformatics coordination.
Joseph ELSENER
Computer scientist
  • Analysis tools.
Francesca GALLE
Biologist
  • Development of a protocol for ESBL (Extended spectrum beta lactamases) identification.
Dr. Christian GARZONI
MD, Post-Doctorate
  • Study of the events following internalization of S.aureus in non-professional phagocytes: bacterial gene response investigated with microarray technology.
Sébastien HERZIG
MSc
  • Transcriptomic analysis of Daptomycin resistance in methicilin-resistant S.aureus isolates.
Thibaud KOSSLER
MD student
  • Genotyping of clinical MRSA strains using DNA microarray.
Karin Sofia SCHERRER
MD Student
  • Technician
  • Lab's Pastry chef
Bernard STALDER
Mathematician
  • LIMS and Analysis tools.
Ivan TOPOLSKI
MD student
  • Development of a Multi-locus VNTR Analysis protocol for S.aureus typing.
Leticia VAZQUEZ
Student
  • Study of the Staphylococcal cassette chromosome mec (SCCmec)

 


 
Genomic Research Laboratory
Faculty of Medicine
CMU
Rue Michel Servet 1
CH-1211 Geneva 4 - Switzerland
 
 
From the Railway station of Geneva (Gare Cornavin): Catch bus 1 (direction Petit-Bel-Air), 3 (direction Crêts-de-Champel) or 5 (direction Thônex-Vallard) in front of the railway station, at place Cornavin. Step out at the Claparède stop. Trip duration: 15-20 min. More details [here]
When in the hospitals: Follow the directions to the "Policlinique d'ORL". It is located on the 3rd floor, "Bâtiment d'Appui", "Aile Jura". Once you get there, cross the hallway to its end and you will face the "Investigations Cliniques" laboratory. Enter and you will find the lab approx. 20 m to your left (room 3-774).
 

   
     
           
   
           
       
   
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