Davide Seruggia, PhD

Davide graduated in Biotechnology at the University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy. He obtained a PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology at the CNB-CSIC in Madrid with Lluis Montoliu, where he studied non-coding regulatory DNA sequences in the mouse. During his postdoc with Stuart H. Orkin at the Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard, he trained in hematology, epigenetics and genomics. In 2021 Davide joined the St. Anna CCRI as PI and the CeMM as Adjunct PI. Outside the lab, Davide pretends to be a film photographer.

Anzhelika Karjalainen

Anzhelika completed her Master’s degree in Biotechnology at the Technical University of Tampere, Finland. During her Masters she worked in Olli Silvennoinen Lab studying the structure function relationships of JAK2. In 2017 Anzhelika started her PhD in Genetics and Microbiology at the Mathias Müller’s Lab at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna. The focus of her PhD lied on TYK2 and its role in regulating transcriptional and epigenetic profiles of immune cells. In May 2021 Anzhelika joined the group of Davide Seruggia as a TA/Lab Manager. Outside of the busy scientific life Anzhelika enjoys playing and competing in volleyball as well as hiking, climbing and cooking.

Ana Patricia Kutschat, PhD

Ana studied Biochemistry at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, before moving to Göttingen, Germany to continue her education. She did her PhD under the supervision of Prof. Steven Johnsen at the University Medical Center Göttingen, where she investigated acquired chemoresistance in pancreatic cancer and how it elicits a calcium-dependent epigenetic reprogramming. In July 2021, Ana joined the Seruggia lab as a Postdoc. Outside of the lab, Ana enjoys baking, reading, and traveling.

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