Welcome to Alumni Biomedical Sciences

Alumni Biomedical Sciences is an association for former students of the studycourse “Biomedical Sciences” at the University of Fribourg and University of Bern. The goal is to establish a network of former students, their lecturers and professors, as well as with industrial partners.

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November 5, 2016

Alumni Cooking Event

As part of this year's main event, we will organise a cooking class with Urs Hauri (www.urshauri.ch). Because the cooking classes are fully booked until next year, it will be held on February 11, 2017. Please register until November 18, 2016 if you would like to participate. Depending on the number of participating alumni, parts or the full class will be covered by Alumni Biomedical Sciences.


November 5, 2016

2 PhD Positions available

At the Anatomy Unit of the University of Fribourg, 2 new PhD positions are available in the Lab of Prof. Dr. Marco Celio. Please refer to the Job section of this website for more information.


September 24, 2016

SciShare online!

You want to do a quick assay but you don't know how to do it or you lack the equipment? You need a specific antibody or cell line but you want to test them first? Sounds familiar? Not anymore!!

SciShare is an online platform where you can share your lab equipment, your expertise or ask for advice. SciShare was co-founded by Christoph Schneider, our current president, with the intention to simplify the daily work in the lab.

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September 23, 2016

Extraordinary General Assembly

Yesterday our extraordinary general assembly took place. The purpose of it was to increase the budget for this year's main event, as well as to renew and elect the future board. We are very happy to have found Sylvia Erni, Mirjam Zünd, Noelle Domman & Pascal Näf as our successors from April 2017 on.


March 13, 2016

Alumni Biomedical Sciences Award 2016

We congratulate Silvia Erni for winning the Alumni Biomedical Sciences Award 2016 for her master thesis "A triple co-culture model of the human respiratory tract to study immune-modulatory effects of liposomes and virosomes" under the supervision of Prof. Dr. med. Christophe von Garnier at the Department Clinical Research, University of Bern. We also congratulate all BMS students for receiving their Master's Diploma!! 20160312_194321


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