Adrián E. Granada
Adrián studied physics at the University of Buenos Aires and did his PhD in Biophysics at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin followed by a postdoctoral training at the department of Systems Biology from Harvard Medical School with Prof. Galit Lahav. Afterwards, he gained an independent research fellow position at the IRI for the Life Sciences in Berlin. Since spring 2020, he is research group leader at the Charité Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Carolin studied Biology at the Julius-Maximilians University of Würzburg and did her Masters in Molecular Life Science at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. Her project focuses on understanding how cell-intrinsic factors regulate the treatment response in triple negative breast cancer.
Nica studied Theoretical Physics at the University of Barcelona and did her Masters in Engineering Physics at Polytechnic University of Catalonia, in Spain. Her Bachelor and Master theses were within the fields of Biophysics and Computational Biology. Her project focuses on developing computational and modelling approaches to study the dynamics of drug responses in cancer treatment.
Huai-Yu studied Biochemical Science and Technology at National Taiwan University. Now he studies in the Master’s program Molecular Medicine at Charité. His project focuses on single-cell dynamics of proliferation in cell lineages under circadian clock control.
Francesca Sarah Müller-Marquardt
Francesca studied Biology at the Freie Universität Berlin and is currently doing her master’s in Molecular Medicine at the Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin. Her project focuses on establishing TNBC cell lines expressing circadian reporters, to detect circadian rhythms and track the proliferation of said cell lines.
Lab spiritual guide
Henri, the father of topology and Chaos theory, studied mathematics at the École Polytechnique in Paris and later completed his studies at the École des Mines. Afterwards, Henri did his Doctorate in Science in mathematics at the University of Paris. More about his work in Wikipedia and BBC.