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fabianjenny's Profile

Fabian H. Jenny, 1985, started in 2009, as one of the first sutdents in the Fast Track Program at University of Zurich, his Master/PhD. In 2011, he received his MSc degree in Life Sciences with a specialization in Quantitative Biology and Systems Biology. Fabian's PhD project deals with whole-genome re-sequencing in the analysis of genetic screens and he works in the laboratory of Prof. Konrad Basler.

Personal Information
Title: 
M.Sc. UZH
Firstname: 
Fabian Heinz
Surname: 
Jenny
Location
City: 
Zurich
Country: 
Switzerland
My FameLab
Place: 
Local/Regional Finalist
Year of graduation: 
2012
Professional Information
Field: 
Biology
Speciality: 
Quantitative Biology and Systems Biology
Languages Spoken: 
German
French
English
Swiss German
Topics of Interests: 
Science communication
Genetics
Genomics
Bioinformatics
Management
Networking
Media & Publications
Videos: 
 

Matteo Cerri's Profile

M.D., Ph.D in neurophysiolgy. At the moment, I'm an Assistant Professor of Physiology at the Department of Human and General Physiology of the University of Bologna, Italy. My research focuses on sleep physiology, autonomic neuroscience and thermoregulation.

Personal Information
Firstname: 
Matteo
Surname: 
Cerri
Location
City: 
Bologna
Country: 
Italy
My FameLab
Place: 
Country Finalist
Year of graduation: 
2012
Professional Information
Field: 
Medicine
Speciality: 
Neurophysiology
Qualifications: 
M.D., Ph.D.
Languages Spoken: 
English
Italian
German
Topics of Interests: 
Neuroscience
Media & Publications
Personal Websites: 
http://www.anonymousphysiologist.blogspot.it/
http://www.quora.com/Matteo-Cerri
https://plus.google.com/u/0/107232087250512525616/about
http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Matteo_Cerri/
http://www.unibo.it/docenti/matteo.cerri
http://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=ImSYRyIAAAAJ&view_op=list_works&gmla=AJsN-F47HvMcvGRqpF2aHMHLo5RzqHDfqW9ZQXUdG7V1tQSiQSDojWS6rUuZrcLlpjCcFcxihdOZIzhJE2oDM2EQck_6tGVRSTIrnqrk0xF31DEa6osccaKZLvary4oDEh-PM8TAahLXCbBH4xadhSx0RYmS6WCuJw
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Athanasios Litsios' Profile

Athanasios Litsios is a PhD student in Molecular Systems Biology at the University of Groningen.

He was born in the Greek city of Kozani and he completed his main studies in the field of Biology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the University of Salzburg.

In 2009, Athanasios was the winner of the Greek National FameLab competition, where he was awarded all three prizes of the contest (judging committee, audience, and FameLab alumni award).

Personal Information
Title: 
Mr
Firstname: 
Athanasios
Surname: 
Litsios
Location
City: 
Groningen
My FameLab
Place: 
Country Winner
Year of graduation: 
2009
Professional Information
Field: 
Biology
Languages Spoken: 
Greek
English
German
 

wein's Profile

Personal Information
Title: 
DI
Firstname: 
Bernhard
Surname: 
Weingartner
Location
City: 
Vienna
Country: 
Austria
My FameLab
Place: 
Country Winner
Year of graduation: 
2008
Thoughts about famelab: 
Great!
Professional Information
Field: 
Physics
Speciality: 
Quantum Chaos, Pattern Formation in Complex Systems
Public engagement experience: 

I have initiated in Austria:
- science busking: www.physikmobil.at
- scientific presentations in pubs and music clubs: wwwscienceslam.at

... and just finished my second popular science book

Languages Spoken: 
German
English
a bit of French
Italian
Turkish
Topics of Interests: 
broad!
 

Jan Schnupp

Jan Schnupp grew up in Munich and spent a year in Paris before coming to England to study Genetics at UCL. This is where he met his wife Sheelah. Twenty years ago he moved to Oxford to take up a career in Neuroscience. He now co-directs the Auditory Neuroscience Group at the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics.

Personal Information
Title: 
Prof
Firstname: 
Jan
Surname: 
Schnupp
Location
City: 
Oxford
Country: 
UK
My FameLab
Place: 
Country Finalist
Year of graduation: 
2007
Thoughts about famelab: 
"I have often been surprised by the suspicion that many ordinary people seem to feel towards scientists. The truth is, most successful scientists are fairly ordinary people who are driven by a childlike fascination with the world around them, but often they are not very good at communicating their insights to others. As a facts about the things that go on inside our heads, and I thought it would be fun to share them with more of the public (who, after all, pay for much of this scientific research through their taxes!). NESTA FameLab seemed like a great opportunity to get involved, and it has proven to be fun, as well as useful. It's a great initiative and I hope there will be more like it
Professional Information
Field: 
Medicine
Speciality: 
Sensory Neuroscience
Qualifications: 
BSc Genetics BA Mathematical Sciences DPhil Physiology
Public engagement experience: 

Talk at 2011 Cheltenham Science Festival

Several interviews on BBC Radio Oxford

Material World, BBC Radio 4

Café Scientifique presentations in Bulgaria and Greece

Public shows at Oxford Arts Week

Languages Spoken: 
English
German
French
some Italian and Spanish
Topics of Interests: 
Creativity - Method or Madness?' ‘Making Sense of Sound'
Media & Publications
Personal Websites: 
https://mustelid.physiol.ox.ac.uk/jan/
http://howyourbrainworks.net
http://auditoryneuroscience.com
Videos: 
 

Zoe Schnepp

Zoe is now a post-doctoral fellow at the prestigious Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam, Germany following on from her PhD in Chemistry at Bristol University.
She is currently working on biopolymer mediated synthesis of complex metal nitrides and carbides.

Personal Information
Title: 
Dr
Firstname: 
Zoe
Surname: 
Schnepp
Location
City: 
Potsdam
Country: 
Germany
My FameLab
Place: 
Country Finalist
Year of graduation: 
2009
Professional Information
Field: 
Chemistry
Speciality: 
complex synthesis
Qualifications: 
PhD - School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, Bristol 2009 MSc - School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, Bristol
Public engagement experience: 

Giving talks and demonstrations to school groups as part of the Bristol ChemLabS outreach project

Interview on BBC Points West

Languages Spoken: 
English
German
Media & Publications
Videos: 
 
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