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life science informatics researcher

Manuel Claude Peitsch, Swiss life science informatics researcher. Achievements include patents for purification of apolipoprotein Artificial Intelligence and AII from plasma. Research fellow Swiss National Science Foundation, 1988, 89. President Community Improvement Society, La Forclaz, Switzerland, 1996. Member Swiss Society Immunology and Allergology.

Background

Peitsch, Manuel Claude was born on March 30, 1963 in Geneva. Son of Charles and Magdalena Peitsch.

Education

Master of Science in Biology, University Lausanne, Switzerland, 1985.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow National Cancer Institute, Frederick, Maryland, 1988-1989. Maître assistant University Lausanne, 1990-1993. Director Glaxo Wellcome Experimental Research, Geneva, since 1997.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for purification of apolipoprotein Artificial Intelligence and AII from plasma.

Membership

President Community Improvement Society, La Forclaz, Switzerland, 1996. Member Swiss Society Immunology and Allergology.

Connections

Married Michèle Montet, September 14, 1966. Children: Camille, Samuel.

father:
Charles Peitsch

mother:
Magdalena Peitsch

spouse:
Michèle Montet

children:
Camille Peitsch

Samuel Peitsch