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Department of Molecular Life Sciences

Gabriele Gut

Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. Gabriele Gut

Office Y55-K-28

Tel +41 44 635 31 62




Gabriele was born in Basel, Switzerland, and did his Bachelor’s in Biology at the University of Zurich. At the beginning of 2012 he joined the lab of Lucas Pelkmans as a fasttrack student. During his Master’s thesis he worked on population dependent effects in endocytosis and the feedback mechanisms shaping the cell’s microenvironment and its cellular state. He then continued for a Ph.D. thesis in the lab, in which he developed Cycler, a method to derive cell cycle trajectories from fixed cell populations, 4i (iterative indirect immunofluorescence imaging), which achieves >40-plex protein state imaging across multiple spatial scales, and a single pixel-based machine learning approach to comprehensively quantify and statistically compare the spatial organization of multiplexed signals. Currently, Gabriele is an embedded bio-entrepreneur with the aim to spin out a start-up company from the lab based on his ground-breaking discoveries.