People

Principal Investigator:

Kimberly Kline 

PhD MPH

University of Geneva, Professor

Singapore Centre for Environmental Life Sciences Engineering (SCELSE), Visiting Scientist

Tel (office): +41 23 379 5602
Tel (lab): +41 23 379 5609
kimberly.kline [at] unige.ch

Kim earned her PhD from Northwestern University and did her post-doc in the laboratory of Scott Hultgren at Washington University in St. Louis in collaboration with Birgitta Henriques-Normark and Staffan Normark at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. During that time, Kim was an American Heart Association Fellow, Carl Tryggers Fellow, and NIH K99 recipient. In 2011, Kim received and NRF Fellowship in Singapore and joined the faculty at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) joined SCELSE, a biofilm-focused research institute, as a Principal Investigator. In 2014 she was awarded an ICAAC Young Investigator Award by the American Society of Microbiology, in 2016 she received the Nanyang Teaching Award, and she was promoted to Professor in 2021. In 2022, Kim joined the University of Geneva.  In her free time, Kim enjoys reading, cooking, her pugs, and exploring Switzerland.


Post docs:

Mark Veleba

Haris Antypas

Ronni da Silva

Zeus Nair

Aaron TAN Ming Zhi

Cristina Colomer-Winter
Cristina Colomer-Winter

Brenda Silva Rosa Da Luz

 

Antonin Andre

 

Caleb Anderson

Ana Parga

 

 

Research Staff:

CHOO Pei Yi

Ho Foo Kiong

Rachel Tan Jing Wen
Rachel Tan Jing Wen

Caroline Manzano
Caroline Manzano

Kenneth Ng Kok Fei

PhD students:

Thong Chor Ming
Thong Chor Ming

CHUA Yong Jie Jerome
CHUA Yong Jie Jerome

Navin S/O Jeyabalan
Navin S/O Jeyabalan

Frederick Reinhart TANOTO
Frederick Reinhart TANOTO

Deepti Rawat

Heidi Portalier