• Quality Management
  • Management and coordination of clinical studies from conception to completion with focus on development, set-up, and contact.

Since Sep 2022
Quality Officer / Clinical Study Manager, CTU Bern, University of Bern

2021-2022
Quality Officer / Central Data Monitor, CTU Bern, University of Bern

2021
Quality Control Scientist at Curio Biotech SA, Visp

2015-2019
Scientific Researcher at the Institute of Molecular Cancer Biology, University of Zurich

2015-2019
PhD in Life Science (Cancer Biology), University of Zurich

2011-2014
Master of Science in Industrial Biotechnologies, Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca

2008-2011
Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biotechnologies, Università degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca

2021
Course on Medical Devices (Clinical Affairs/Quality Assurance/Regulatory Affairs) at University of Bern

2021
Course on Regulatory Affairs at University of Bern

2018
Course on Scientific Writing at University of Zurich

M. C. Raso, N. Djoric, F. Walser, S. Hess, F. M. Schmid, S. Burger, K.P. Knobeloch, L. Penengo, “Interferon-stimulated gene 15 accelerates replication fork progression inducing chromosomal breakage”, J Cell Biol (2020) 219 (8): e202002175.

J. A. Schmid, M. Berti, F. Walser, M. C. Raso, F. Schmid, J. Krietsch, H. Stoy, K. Zwicky, S. Ursich, R. Freire, M. Lopes, L. Penengo, “Histone Ubiquitination by the DNA Damage Response Is Required for Efficient DNA Replication in Unperturbed S Phase”, Molecular Cell (2018) 71, 897–910

M. Vujanovic, J. Krietsch, M. C. Raso, N. Terraneo, R. Zellweger, J. A. Schmid, A. Taglialatela, J. W. Huang, C. L. Holland, K. Zwicky, R. Herrador, H. Jacobs, D. Cortez, A. Ciccia, L. Penengo, M. Lopes, “Replication Fork Slowing and Reversal upon DNA Damage Require PCNA Polyubiquitination and ZRANB3 DNA Translocase Activity”, Molecular Cell (2017) 67, 882–890