Current research

• Evaluation of the scientific validity of animal experiments in Switzerland. More info
 


I started my studies at the University of Neuchâtel where I obtained my Bachelor degree in Biology in 2009. The same year, I started my master in molecular life sciences at the University of Bern. For my master Thesis I worked at the Institute of infectious diseases at the University hospital in Bern. The Project aim was to investigate the effect of maternal Vitamin C deficiency during pregnancy on the brain development of offspring of Guinea Pigs.
After obtaining my master degree, I started a one year traineeship at the Federal Veterinary Office where I took part in the project e-Tierversuche.
I have recently started a PhD at the Division of Animal Welfare aimed at evaluating the scientific validity of animal experiments in Switzerland.

Recent publications

4. Voelkl, B., Vogt, L., Sena, E. and Würbel, H. (2018). Reproducibility of preclinical animal research improves with heterogeneity of study samples. PLoS Biology, 16(2), e2003692. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.2003693

3.Vogt L, Reichlin TS, Nathues C, Würbel H (2016) Authorization of Animal Experiments Is Based on Confidence Rather than Evidence of Scientific Rigor. PLoS Biol 14(12): e2000598. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.2000598 Abstract

2. Reichlin TS, Vogt L, Würbel H (2016) The Researchers’ View of Scientific Rigor—Survey on the Conduct and Reporting of In Vivo Research. PLoS ONE 11(12): e0165999. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0165999 Abstract

1. Tveden-Nyborg P., Vogt L., Schjoldager J.G., Jeannet N., Hasselholt S., Paidi M.D., Christen S., Lykkerfeldt J.- Maternal Vitamin C Deficiency during Pregnancy Persistently Impairs Hippocampal Neurogenesis in Offspring of Guinea Pigs. PLoS ONE 7(10), 2012 Abstract