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I‘m a curiosity-driven neurobiologist with strong focus on science communication & women in STEM, working as public outreach officer for the Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology of Behavior – caesar. I love not only teaching people but also just chatting with them while having a pint :-D
I am a tumour immunologist and I work on battling skin cancer with our own immune system. Pint of Science is a great platform to share our passion for science with the world while enjoying a pint!
I'm a neurobiologist and have been working in science coordination and science communication for many years. I am working as public relations officer at the Max Planck-Institute for Neurobiology of Behavior – caesar. Sometimes the best ideas in science come up while having a relaxed chat and a pint.
I have been active in the Neuroscience Olympiad for Students for several years now, and passionately contribute there to keep the Study Guide up to date. This year I am not only a team member of Pint of Science Bonn, but I will also give a talk about my research on the rat motor cortex.
Social Media Manager
I am a research technician working in the Institut for Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research. Recently, I found out about Pint of Science and I'm really excited about the idea of bringing science to pubs! In the Bonn team, I take care of the social media channels and promote our events.
I am a biologist passionate about nature and insects, but also strongly advocating for more diversity and woman in STEM. Meanwhile, I am a doctoral researcher at the University of Bonn and the Museum König in Bonn. My goal for the event is: Enjoy a pint while we bring you the science.
I am a human biologist and curious about sciences. I do research with a focus on reproductive immunology at the University Hospital Bonn. I am looking forward to being part of the team this year and creating a great "Pint of Science". Cheers!
I studied Immunology and now I am working in science communication. I think it‘s really important to bring science into the public and Pint of Science shows that this can be a lot of fun for everyone. Cheers!