Christopher R. Cederroth received his Ph.D. degree in 2009 from the University of Geneva, Switzerland. In the laboratory of Prof. Serge Nef, he investigated the molecular mechanisms of endocrine disruption by xenoestrogens on sexual development, reproduction and metabolism. His Ph.D. work was awarded both the national Endocrinology Prize and the Denber-Pinard Prize and led to the creation of a start-up company in the medical food sector, named Amazentis S.A.
In 2009, he moved to New York City as a Swiss National Foundation Advanced Fellow, and joined the laboratory of Prof. A. James Hudspeth at the Rockefeller University to initiate a study aimed at bringing tinnitus research to mice.
In 2012, thanks to the Wenner Gren Stiftelse and the Nicholson Postdoctoral Fellowship, he joined the laboratory of Prof. Barbara Canlon at the Karolinska Institutet to investigate the relationship between the circadian system and auditory sensitivity.
Dr. Cederroth has now developed an independent translational axis of research focusing on tinnitus. More precisely, he aims at identifying factors implicated in tinnitus development in animals in humans, and to develop new objective measures of tinnitus.
- 2003, Bachelors Degree (Biological Sciences), University of Geneva, Switzerland
- 2004, Masters Degree (Biological Sciences), University of Geneva, Switzerland
- 2005, Licenciate Degree (Medical Biology), University of Geneva, Switzerland
- 2009, Ph.D. Degree (Sciences), University of Geneva, Switzerland - S. Nef Laboratory
- 2009-2012, Post-doc, Rockefeller University, USA - A. J. Hudspeth Laboratory
- 2012-2014, Post-doc, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden - B. Canlon Laboratory
Research funding - past and present
H2020 ITN (ESIT), Vetenskapsrådet, Svenska Läkaresällskapet, Lars Hiertas Minne, Magnus Bergvalls Stiftelse, Loo och Hans Ostermans, Tysta Skolan, Hörselforskningsfonden and Karolinska Institutet.
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Our research team works in close co-operation with several national and international researchers and is part of the COST Action TINNET BM1306. Among our partners are experts with extensive experience in pre-clinical clinical auditory research, psychologists, geneticists, chemists, basic molecular biology research and industries. This constellation of researchers enables a deeper understanding of how auditory disorders arise and can be cured.
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We are looking for neuroscientists, cell biologists, biochemists, epidemiologists, audiologists, mouse geneticists: I strongly encourage scientists to contact me with a letter of interest, CV and letters of recommendation. I would be most happy to help with applications for external support for those eligible for postdoctoral fellowships (e.g. SSMF, Swedish Brain Foundation, Swedish Research Council, HSFP, Wenner Gren Stiftelse).
Academic honours, awards and prizes
- 2018 Associate Editor, Frontiers in Neuroscience
- 2018 Docent
- 2014 Assistant Professorship from Karolinska Institutet
- 2014 Excellence in Reviewing in the journal Hearing Research
- 2011 Philippe Foundation Prize (USA)
- 2010 Denber-Pinard Prize (CH)
- 2007 Endocrinology Foundation Prize (CH)