Johannes Mosig, Ph.D.
Dr. Johannes Mosig owns a master degree in Life Sciences from the Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne (EPFL), and a Ph.D. degree acquired in the laboratory of stem cell dynamics (LDCS) at EPFL/CHUV. His expertise in molecular and cellular biology will support the development of novel (bio)assays, and will be important for the assessment of host interactions with the sensor. During his Ph.D, he became familiar with research in a clinical environment, an experience that will be critical during the validation and verification steps.
Bastien Schyrr, Ph.D.
Dr. Bastien Schyrr owns an EPFL master degree in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, and a Ph.D. acquired at the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM) in the Nanotechnology and Life Sciences division. As CSEM’s main investigator for the development of fiber-optic sensors for wound monitoring applications, he developed the sensing chemistry involved in TheranOptics sensing platform. He is also the first author of a patent application for a quantitative protease activity sensor.
Both co-founders attended the VentureLab course and the CTI Business Creation course.