The role of the Board is to advise the Global SNSF Fellows Network in such a way that it is able to pursue its purpose, mission, and vision. The Board is responsible for and has the authority to determine matters relating to the policies, practices, administration, and operations of the Network, including ensuring good governance and determining the strategic vision and activities of the Network. Please find more details in our board charter here.
Join the Board
As the sustainability of the board is our top priority, we are looking for new board members. If you are interested in contributing to the network and supporting SNSF Fellows in their journeys abroad, and to help shape the vision of our network, please get in touch with us either by email (snsf.fellows[at]gmail.com) or contact us via slack.
Tobi is dedicated to investigating lakes and their sediments in order to unravel the local and regional environmental, climatic, and pollution conditions of the past of these crucial ecosystems. He applies a wide range of techniques to elucidate the nexus of past climate, humans, and environments. So far, he was involved in fieldwork campaigns in Central Chile, the Ecuadorian Andes, USA, Switzerland, and South and North Greenland and analyzed sediment cores from a variety of lakes in these regions.
Celia Chui is an Assistant Professor of Management at HEC Montreal. Prior to joining HEC Montreal, Celia was a SNSF postdoctoral fellow at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business and a SNSF visiting predoctoral fellow at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. She holds a PhD in Economic Sciences with a specialization in Management from the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. Using experimental and mixed field methods, her research focuses on decision-making and ethics in organizational and social settings, including issues related to prosocial behavior and gender. Her work on how situational factors influence moral judgment, social norms, and ethical decision-making demonstrates the malleability of morality and why good people can sometimes do bad things.
Katharina Tabea Jungo
Shriya is a neuroscientist at the New York University School of Medicine, USA, where her postdoctoral research is funded by the SNSF Postdoc.Mobility. She is dedicated to unraveling how defined neural circuits underlie behavior. Her current research is focused on understanding how striatal circuits are influenced by the neuromodulator dopamine in processing sensory information of multiple modalities, leading to meaningful behavioral outcomes. She uses various techniques such as in vivo calcium imaging, optogenetics and electrophysiology combined with viral strategies to answer these questions.
Merve Erdem Burger
Alessandra Ferrario (Observer)
Alessandra Ferrario is a researcher working at the intersection of health policy, health economics, health systems and health service research. Her research investigates determinants of access, or lack thereof, health care technologies and services.