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Portrait Céline Stutz

Céline Stutz

Laboratory technician, NGN Research Center Klinik für Neonatologie



Tel. +41 43 253 31 03

Professional experience

Céline Stutz studied biotechnology at the University of Applied Science in Wädenswil and obtained her Diploma as “Ingenieurin in Biotechonlogy FH” (bachelor degree) in 2001. After working in a core facility in the protein crystallization center at the University of Zurich and one year in the field of waste- and drink-water monitoring she joined the LRF-NGN-Center in January 2020 as a laboratory technician. She is responsible for the lab infrastructure and for the biosafety. She performs lab experiments and participates in the research on the myelination of neurons.

Research focus areas

She is involved in the following Research Projects:

  • Sialic acid and neurodevelopment: a molecular and cellular approach
  • Influence of early life nutrition on neuronal plasticity in newborn