Short CV/Education and training

  • 2009 – 2010
    POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, New Jersey Center for Biomaterials and Medical Devices associated to the Chemistry Department of the STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY (U.S.A)

  • 2002 – 2009
    SCIENTIFIC ASSISTANT, Chemistry Department of the UNIVERSITY OF BASEL

  • 2009 – 2010
    SCIENTIST IN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPPEMENT, BIWI S.A.(Glovelier‐Switzerland)

  • Since 2011
    ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SNSF AWARD), Faculty of Sciences of the UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA (inorganic and analytical Chemistry)

Selected publications

  • D. Kedracki, P. Maroni, H. Schlaad, C. Vebert‐Nardin,

    Polymer‐aptamer hybrid emulsion templating yields bio‐responsive nanocapsules in press in

    Advanced Functional Materials

  • N. Gour, K. Ngo, C. Vebert‐Nardin

    Anti‐infectious surfaces achieved by polymer modification in press in Macromolecular Materials

    and Engineering

  • A. Carmelo, C. Vebert‐Nardin, R. Rossi, A.‐M. Buehlmann,

    Fragrance Encapsulation in Polymeric Matrices by Emulsion Electrospinning published on line in

    the European Polymer Journal

  • N. Cottenye, K. Anselme, L. Ploux, C. Vebert‐Nardin

    Vesicular structures self‐assembled from oligonucleotide‐polymer hybrids: mechanical

    prevention of bacterial colonization upon their surface tethering through hybridization

    Advanced Functional Materials, 22 (23), 4891–4898, (2012)

  • N. Gour, D. Kedracki, I. Safir, K. Ngo, and C. Vebert‐Nardin

    DNA‐polymer conjugates, In Biosynthetic Polymer Conjugates

    Advances in Polymer Science, DOI: 10.1007/12_2012_181 Springer‐Verlag Berlin Heidelberg (2012)

  • N. Gour, D. Kedracki, I. Safir, K. Ngo, and C. Vebert‐Nardin

    Self‐Assembling Peptide‐Nucleotide Hybrids: Morphological Consequences of Oligonucleotide Grafting to Pathogenic Amyloid Fibrils Forming Peptides.

    Chem. Commun, 48, 5440‐5442 (2012)

  • N. Cottenye, M.‐I. Syga, S. Nosov, A. H. E. Mueller, L. Ploux and C. Vebert‐Nardin. Biological‐like vesicular structures self‐assembled from DNA‐block copolymers Chem. Commun, 2615‐2617 (2012)

  • C. Vebert‐Nardin Towards biologically active self‐assemblies: Model nucleotide chimeras Chimia. 76(3):782‐786 (2011)

  • L. Caseli, C. P. Pascholati, F. Teixeira Jr. , S. Nosov, C. Vebert, A. H. E Mueller, O. N. Oliveira, Jr. Interaction of oligonucleotide‐based amphiphilic block copolymers with cell membrane models Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 347(1), 56‐61 (2010)

  • C. Fraysse‐Ailhas, A. Graff, C. Palivan, M. Grzelakowski, C. Vebert‐Nardin, G. Gescheidt Demmer, W.

    Meier Amphiphilic copolymer membranes promote NADH:Ubiquinone Oxidoreductase activity: An electron transfer nanodevice. Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 211 (2), 229‐238 (2010)


Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • President of the Geneva Association of Physical and Applied Chemistry since 2012

  • Vicepresident of the Geneva Chemical Society since 2013

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