Awarded annually for the two best doctoral theses in any of the programs of the PhD School of Life Sciences at the Faculties of Medicine and Science.
The Annual Thesis Prize is awarded for the two best doctoral theses, one per faculty, defended for a PhD in Life Sciences in any of the specializations recognized by the PhD School of Life Sciences at the Faculties of Medicine and Science.
The prize of 1’000 CHF (500 CHF per thesis) is awarded at the Annual Forum.
All students who have obtained their PhD in the two semesters preceding the Forum are considered for the prize. Theses are evaluated by a committee composed of the program directors and co-directors and the vice-deans of the School.
Regulations of the prize : download PDF
The Role of WW-PLEKHAs and PDZD11 in the Trafficking of the Copper Pump ATP7A and in Copper Homeostasis
Director: Sandra Citi
Regulation of Plasmodium gametogenesis
Director: Mathieu Brochet
Previous recipients of the Annual Thesis Prize
|Year||Winner||Affiliation||Thesis title||Thesis director|
|2021||Emmanuelle STEIB||Molecular Biosciences||Characterization of POC16/WDR90 Proteins in Centriole Integrity||Paul Guichard & Virginie Hamel|
|2021||Stefano LEO||Genomics and Digital Health||Dynamics of changes of human gut microbiota in response to multidrug resistant bacteria colonization and following antibiotic treatment||Jacques Schrenzel|