University of Bern

About University of Bern

The University of Bern was founded in 1834. It is regulated and financed by the Canton of Bern. It is a comprehensive university offering a broad choice of courses and programmes in eight faculties and some 160 institutes. With around 17,428 students, the University of Bern is the third biggest University in Switzerland.

Reviewers: 131

4th in Switzerland

Reviews: 3,875

1st in Switzerland

Merit: 11,552

1st in Switzerland

Openness: 1.8%

6th in Switzerland

Journal Editors at University of Bern

Reviewers from University of Bern

  • Reviewer

    Andrea Endimiani

    Andrea Endimiani got a Medical Degree (1999), the Board in Medical Microbiology and Virology (2003), and a PhD in Immunopathology (2007) from the University of Insubria (Varese, Italy). A. Endimiani has been trained in molecular microbiology at the Antibiotic Management Program of University of Pittsburgh (2006-2007) and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland (2007-2010). Currently, he is a Principal Investigator and Medical Microbiologist at the Institute for Infectious Diseases of University of Bern (Switzerland). Endimiani’s group focuses on the genetic background of antibiotic resistant Gram-negative pathogens (particularly those producing ESBLs and/or carbapenemases); they are also very interested in the development of new strategies (e.g., microarrays, multiplex real-time PCRs) to speed up the diagnosis of infections due to multidrug-resistant bacteria and sexually transmitted diseases (mainly those due to Neisseria gonorrhoeae). Dr Endimiani has been qualified as full Professor of Microbiology and Medical Microbiology in 2014 (Italy). He is also Associated Professor of the same topic at the Faculty of Medicine of University of Bern.

  • Reviewer

    Leif Engqvist

    My research interests fall broadly within the field of evolutionary and behavioural ecology. I am mostly interested in the evolution of specialisation. Current research topics include i) the evolution of reproductive strategies, ii) the evolution of ecological specialisation and local adaption, and iii) the cost and benefit of information transfer and processing in social interactions. I use both a theoretical approach by means of evolutionary modelling and individual-based simulations, as well as an experimental approach mainly using various insect species as model organisms.

  • Reviewer

    Flückiger Christoph

    Associate editor of Psychotherapy Research Associate editor of APA-journal of Psychotherapy Integration Editorial board of APA-journal of Counseling Psychology Editorial board of APA Psychotherapy Editorial board of Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik, Medizinische Psychologie (PPmP) Coeditor of Psychotherapie im Dialog (PiD)

  • Reviewer

    Bernhard Egger

    Professor Bernhard Egger, MD Specialist FMH for Surgery and Visceral Surgery Chairman, Department of Surgery HFR Fribourg - Cantonal Hospital Director, Department of Surgery HFR President of the Medical College HFR 2015/2016 Vice-President fmCh HFR Fribourg - Hôpital cantonal Chemin des Pensionnats 2-6 Case postale 1708 Fribourg Switzerland

    Tel.: +41 (0) 26 426 72 13 Fax: +41 (0) 26 426 72 15

  • Reviewer

    Volker Heussler

    molecular parasitologist

  • Reviewer

    Christos T Nakas

    Data scientist, Biostatistics/Biometry. Currently between Switzerland and Greece.

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    Santiago Soliveres Codina

    I have a range of interests in community ecology from diversity-ecosystem functioning relationships, the effect of grazing pressure, climate or land use on plant diversity, shrub encroachment, restoration of roadsides and mine sites, or the ecology of biological soil crusts. However, most of my research so far has focused on plant-plant interactions, their biotic and abiotic drivers, and their consequences for plant community assembly.

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    Tosso Leeb

    Tosso Leeb is a veterinary geneticist at the University of Bern. He studies mostly monogenic traits in dogs, cats, horses, pigs, cattle, sheep, and goats. The knowledge of causative variants for hereditary traits can inform us about the function of previously uncharactrerized genes. His research thus exploits the value of domestic animals as models for biomedical research.