University of Zurich
Prof Dr Isabelle Mansuy
UZH and ETH Zurich are the two best and largest public universities in Switzerland among the top 10 internationally. UZH was founded in 1833 and has seven faculties with 1450 faculty members and 28500 students covering over 100 different subject areas. UZH offers Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD programs, continuing education and excellent learning opportunities. It belongs to the League of European Research Universities and is ranked 5 in neuroscience in Europe. ETH Zurich is the largest Swiss university for science and technology with 2820 faculty members and 24,500 students. It has sixteen departments covering the fields of physics, chemistry, architecture, health science and technologies, biology, and many competence centers and technology platforms, and cross-discipline networks for multilateral cooperation. It is one of the best universities in the world (9th QS ranking, 11th THE rankings).
The Laboratory of Neuroepigenetics belongs to UZH and ETH Zürich and is part of the Center for Neuroscience Zurich.
Areas of expertise:
- Study of the role of the female germline in the intergenerational transmission of disease symptoms to the progeny using a mouse model of maternal postnatal stress.
University of Zurich and ETH Zurich
Laboratory of Neuroepigenetics
Brain Research Institute of the University of Zurich and institute for Neuroscience of the ETH Zurich