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Zingg, Daniel

Daniel Zingg

Postdoc

Experience

In 2009, I achieved my Master's degree in Cell Biology at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland. In the course of my PhD in the lab of Lukas Sommer at the University of Zurich, Switzerland (2010-2015), I investigated the relevance of the epigenetic modifier EZH2 for cutaneous melanoma initiation and metastatic progression. Consequently, I became interested in the role of the primary cilium during melanoma initiation, which I pursued investigating as postdoctoral fellow in the Sommer lab.

In 2018, I joined the lab of Jos Jonkers as postdoctoral fellow to study molecular mechanisms contributing to the initiation of invasive lobular breast cancer using genome-wide forward genetic screening in murine mammary epithelial cells and genetically engineered mouse models.