PDN Committee Members

Deblina Chakraborty

Deblina Chakraborty
Deblina Chakraborty is a Cellular and Molecular biologist working in the division of Episomal-Persistent DNA in Cancer and Chronic Diseases (F200).

Phone:

4825

Dominic Edelmann

Dominic Edelmann
Dominic joined the PND committee in November 2017. He is a mathematician, working in the division of biostatistics (C060, TP4, S4.221). His main research focuses are distance correlation, survival analysis and high-dimensional data.

Phone:

2393

Doris Schneller

Doris Schneller
Doris Schneller is the speaker of the PDN and part of the PDN Newsletter Team. She is a molecular biologist, working in the Division of Signal Transduction and Growth Control (A100, H2.05.032) in the field of hepatocellular carcinoma basic research.

Phone:

4574

Lea Schröder

Lea Schröder
Lea Schröder joined the PDN committee in September 2017 and is involved in organizing the BioMed X lunch talk series. She is a molecular biologist working on HPV and head and neck cancer in the Research Division of Molecular Diagnostics of Oncogenic Infections (F020, ATV 2.103).

Phone:

4935

Lionel Larribère

Lionel Larribère
Lionel Larribère is a cellular and molecular biologist working in the Division of Translational Oncology (G300).

Phone:

3360

Mike Fletcher

Mike Fletcher
Mike Fletcher is organising the Research Lounge and is involved in the PostDoc Retreat planning. He works in the Division of Molecular Genetics (B060, TP3, 1.107) where he performs genomic analyses of glioblastoma.

Phone:

4584

Neda Yahoo

Neda Yahoo
Neda is a Cellular and Molecular Biologist working in the Division of Chronic Inflammation and Cancer (F180).

Phone:

3895

Ruzhica Bogeska

Ruzhica Bogeska
Ruzhica is a molecular biologist by training, currently working in the Department of Experimental Hematology (A012). The main research focus is on how inflammatory stress and ageing impact hematopoietic stem cell function, as well as hematopoietic tissue maintenance.

Phone:

3904

Stefan Kallenberger

Stefan Kallenberger
Stefan Kallenberger organizes the weekly PDN running meetup and sports excursions. He is a physician and a physicist, working in the Division of Theoretical Bioinformatics (B080, BioQuant INF267 R363) on mathematical models of cellular signal transduction networks.

Phone:

54-51308

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