Yann Barrandon, M.D., Ph.D., is a pioneer in precision medicine who has been conducting top-notch research in stem cell biology from bench to bedside. Barrandon, cofounder of SEED Biosciences, is currently the holder of the Lee & Lee Chair of Plastic Surgery and Regenerative Medicine, Duke-NUS Medical School and head of Laboratory of Stem Cell Dynamics, IMB, A*STAR, Singapore. In the ‘80s, Barrandon contributed to the world's first transplantations of epidermal stem cells in Boston. He has worked in several prestigious institutions (INSERM, EPFL, UNIL, CHUV), is a member of influential societies and has given more than 300 talks worldwide.
Georges Muller, Ph.D., earned a Ph.D. in bioengineering under the supervision of Professor Barrandon. He is the recipient of multiple awards for young entrepreneurs as well as the Ignite Award at SLAS2019 and Top 10 Finalist for the SLAS Innovation Award at SLAS2020. Muller is the CEO and cofounder of SEED Biosciences SA, a startup commercializing the single-cell pipette. He has worked for biomedical startups, and he organized the world largest biotech congress (ESACT 2017). He is the recipient of several awards for young entrepreneurs (Venture Leaders, Venture Kick, Venture 2018).
Muller G.; Bonzon D.; Claudinot S.; et al. Traceable Impedance-Based Dispensing and Cloning of Living Single Cells
Bonzon D.; Muller G.; Bureau J.; et al. Impedance-Based Single-Cell Pipetting
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March 20, 2020