I started studying medicine at Charite Berlin in 2016 with the aim to become a scientist and developer for medical and biotechnology products. From 2017 to 2019, I built a student research team, with over 45 participants and funding from industry and academia, for developing and field-testing molecular technologies. In 2020, I started my doctoral research stay at the La Manno Lab (EPFL) as part of my MD/PhD at Charite and focused on the development of NGS based biotechnologies in-silico and in the wet-lab.
Now available on Biorxiv: My first project at La Manno Lab in computational biology, spatial omics.
In a collaborative effort with the University of Zambia and the TU Munich, we launched the first trial for our technology.Read More