Prof Pierre Goloubinoff, group leader
Ph. D. Weizmann Institute (1988)
Post Doctorate at Dupont Experiemental Station Wilmington DE (1988-1990)
Post Doctorate at UC Berkeley (1990-1991)
Lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1991-1995)
Senior Lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1995-1998)
Associate Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1998-2001)
Associate Professor at the University of Lausanne (2001-present)
John Perrin, Lab technician
Born in Switzerland
2007-2008 UNIL – Institut de Biochimie, laboratoire d’immunologie cellulaire (Prof S. Luther)
2008-2009 CHUV – Laboratoire de médecine moléculaire (Prof U. Scherrer)
2009-2013 EPFL (SV-BMI) – Laboratoire de neurobiologie moléculaire et neuroprotéomique (Prof H. Lashuel)
Joined Goloubinoff lab in October 2013
Bruno Fauvet, Post-doc
Born in France
BSc in Life Sciences, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland
MSc in Neurosciences, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland
PhD in Neurosciences, Chemical Biology of Parkinson’s Disease, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland
Joined the Goloubinoff group in August 2015; working on biochemical mechanisms of polypeptide unfoldases.
Anthony Guihur, Post-doc
Born in France.
B.Sc. Biological Sciences (2007) at University of Tours, France.
M.Sc. Life Sciences (plant molecular physiology) in 2009 at University of Tours, France.
Ph.D. in Plant Physiology (2014) at ” Biomolecule and Plant Biotechnology” lab under Prof. Nathalie Guivar’ch supervision. University of Tours, France.
Worked on Monoterpene Indole Alkaloids (MIA) metabolism (characterization of MIA and terpene biosynthetic pathway compartmentalization at the cellular and subcellular levels, and MIA regulation by jasmonates) on the medicinal plant Catharanthus roseus.
Joined the Goloubinoff lab in November 2015 as a post-doc: Worked on heat-shock? response (HSR) and signaling in Physcomitrella patens.
Baptiste Bourgine, PhD Student
Born in France
Master degree in Plant Science within the University of Rouen (2013-2015)
Master internship within the University of Copenhagen; Glucosinolate sensing in Arabidopsis thaliana:
Identification of metabolite sensors via a genetic approach
Phd student in the Goloubinoff group (june 2016); working on Analysis for the heat-shock signalling pathway in plants and of the molecular mechanisms of HSP chaperones
Satyam Tiwari, Post-doc
Born in India (1989)
B.Sc. in Biotechnology, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India (2005-2008)
M.Sc. in Biotechnology, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, India (2008-2010)
Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, thesis entitled “Substrate-Chaperone Pairing in E.coli ” (2012-2017) under the ?supervision of Dr. Koyeli Mapa, CSIR-IGIB, Dehli, India
Joined the lab of Prof. Pierre Goloubinoff in March 2017 as a Postdoctoral researcher. Working on synthetic design and directed evolution of specific disaggregating nano-machines to detoxify disease-causing aggregates.
Mathieu Rebeaud, PhD Student
Born in Switzerland.
BSc in Biotechnology (2014) at the University of Applied Sciences HES-SO Valais, Switzerland.
Bachelor Thesis: Development of biosorbants (particles) for liquids effluents decontamination.
MSc in Applied Biosciences (2017) at the University of Applied Sciences HES-SO Lausanne, Switzerland.
Master Thesis: From Infectious Disease (ID) to a proteomics-type biomarker.
PhD student in Prof. Pierre Goloubinoff Lab (Joined in August 2017).
Working on the structure-function analysis of disaggregating chaperones in yeast.