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I completed an apprenticeship as a biological technical assistant in 2007 at the Rheinische Akademie Koeln, Cologne, Germany. Next, I studied Biology (B.Sc.; 2010, and M.Sc.), majoring in Microbiology and Molecular Biomedicine, at the Heinrich-Heine-University (HHU) in Dusseldorf, Germany, where I graduated in 2012. I received my doctoral training in the laboratory of Professor Joachim F. Ernst in the Department of Molecular Mycology at HHU, and graduated in 2015. Following the completion of my PhD, and a short-term fellowship at the Department of Molecular Mycology, Dusseldorf, Germany, I began a postdoctoral fellowship in the laboratory of Scott Filler, M.D. in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute (LA Biomed) in August 2015. I chose this laboratory because I wanted to complement my skills in protein biochemistry and Candida albicans molecular biology with expertise in fungal-host interactions and animal models of infection.
Pinned 29th Jun 2017