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Collaborations


NPAC is of service to all research groups that need precise identification and/or quantification of biologically active molecules. Since 2010, a total of 85 collaborations have been established within and beyond Switzerland. These collaborative efforts have resulted in more than 150 publications to date (see publication list). A list of collaborators that have benefitted from analyses done by NPAC is provided below.

No. Project collaborator Institution
1 Felix Kessler Uni Neuchâtel
2 Ted Turlings Uni Neuchâtel
3 Brigitte Mauch-Mani Uni Neuchâtel
4 Redouan Bshary Uni Neuchâtel
5 Betty Benrey Uni Neuchâtel
6 Fabrice Helfenstein Uni Neuchâtel
7 Edward Mitchell Uni Neuchâtel
8 Sergio Rasmann Uni Neuchâtel
9 Patrick Guérin Uni Neuchâtel
10 Edith Joseph Uni Neuchâtel
11 Lassaad Belbahri Uni Neuchâtel
12 Maarten Voordouw Uni Neuchâtel
13 Jacob Koella Uni Neuchâtel
14 Daniel Hunkeler Uni Neuchâtel
15 Reinhard Neier Uni Neuchâtel
16 Stephan von Reuss Uni Neuchâtel
17 Daniel Croll Uni Neuchâtel
18 Edward Farmer Uni Lausanne
19 Philippe Reymond Uni Lausanne
20 Yves Poirier Uni Lausanne
21 Christian Frankhauser Uni Lausanne
22 Christiane Nawrath Uni Lausanne
23 Michel Chapuisat Uni Lausanne
24 Claus Wedekind Uni Lausanne
25 Ian Sanders Uni Lausanne
26 Christophe Keel Uni Lausanne
27 Bertrand Rochat Uni Lausanne
28 Serge Rudaz Uni Geneva
29 Jean-Luc Wolfender Uni Geneva
30 Teresa Fitzpatrick Uni Geneva
31 Luis Lopez-Molina Uni Geneva
32 Roman Ulm Uni Geneva
33 Didier Reinhardt Uni Fribourg
34 Eliane Abou-Mansour Uni Fribourg
35 Christian Lexer Uni Fribourg
36 Pierre-Marie Allard Uni Fribourg
37 Julian Norghauer Uni Bern
38 Matthias Erb Uni Bern
39 Christelle Robert Uni Bern
40 Barbara Taborsky Uni Bern
41 Cris Kuhlemeier Uni Bern
42 Peter Neumann Uni Bern
43 Raphaël Arlettaz Uni Bern
44 Constanze Pietsch Uni Bern
45 Stephan Baumgartner Inselspital Bern
46 Bruno Baur Uni Basel
47 Thomas Boller Uni Basel
48 Klaus Schlaeppi Uni Basel
49 Beat Keller Uni Zürich
50 Florian Schiestl Uni Zürich
51 Loïc Pellissier ETHZ
52 Constanze Pietsch ZHAW
53 Benoît Ferrari EPFL
54 Claire Delabarde EPFL
55 Christina Kast Agroscope Bern
56 Matthias Albrecht Agroscope Zürich
57 Judith Wirth Agroscope Changins
58 Thomas Steinger Agroscope Changins
59 Benoît Bach Agroscope Changins
60 Olga Dubey Agroscope Changins
61 Joerg Romeis Agrosocope Bern
62 Anina Knauer Agroscope Zürich
63 Ivan Hiltpold Agroscope Changins
64 Michael Eisenring Agroscope Zürich
65 Susi Jenni-Eiermann Swiss Ornithol. Institute
66 Hariet Hinz CABI (Delémont)
67 Matthieu Perret Jardin Botanique de Genève
68 Blaise Mulhauser Jardin Botanique de Neuchâtel
69 Bernard Laubscher Hôpital neuchâtelois
70 Stephen Dellaporta Uni Yale (USA)
71 Denis Michez Uni Mons (Belgium)
72 Xoaquin Moreira Biol. Mission Galicia (Spain)
73 Jonathan Gerzhenson MPI-CE Jena (Germany)
74 Jurriaan Ton Uni Sheffield (UK)
75 Daniela Cecconi Uni Verona (Italy)
76 Manuel Rodrigues CRAG Barcelona (Spain)
77 Sandrine Dhont-Cordelier Uni Reims (France)
78 Angélique Besson-Bard Uni Dijon (France)
79 Tjamos Sotiris Uni Athens (Greece)
80 Georg Jander BTI-Cornell (USA)
81 Daniel Marino Uni Basque Country (Spain)
82 David Manzano Uni Barcelona (Spain)
83 Tim Clutton-Brock Uni Cambridge (UK)
84 Juergen Zeier Uni Düsseldorf (Germany)
85 Alain Goossens Uni Gent (Belgium)
86 Hans Thordal Uni Copenhagen (Denmark)
87 Michal Gruntmann Uni Tübingen (Germany)
88 Scott Johnson Uni Sydney (Australia)
89 Madalena Rossi Uni Sao Paulo (Brazil)
90 Philippe Heeb Uni Toulouse (France)
91 Francisco Sanchez-Bayo Uni Sydney (Australia)
92 Maryse Vanderplanck Uni Lille (France)
93 Sabrina Gaba INRA Chizé (France)
94 Eric Schmelz UCSD (USA)
95 Wolfgang Goymann MPI Seewiesen (Germany)
96 Dave Goulson Uni Sussex (UK)
97 Felix Wäckers Uni Lancaster (UK) / Biobest
98 Carla Holandino Uni Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
99 Renaud Scheifl Uni Franche-Comté (France)