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Nikki van Teijlingen Bakker

Nikki van Teijlingen Bakker

City Coordinator

I’m a PhD student at the MPI, working on the most amazing cells in the immune system: macrophages. Public engagement is one of my many interests, and I’m looking forward to chatting to you about science over a pint. I am also more than happy to talk about other topics, as I love reading and travelli...

Beth Kelly

Beth Kelly

Website Manager

I like science (particularly immunology), pints (particularly a pale ale) and learning new things (no particulars)!

Matteo Villa

Matteo Villa

Event Manager

Despite being “lost”in the maze of immunology for years, I believe Science is incredibly cool. Come over to find out why!

Angela Castoldi

Angela Castoldi

Event Manager

I am a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute working on how obesity affects the immune response. I love science and everything that comes with it! Challenges, people, pints and life!

Elisa Nent

Elisa Nent

Event Manager

I’m a post-doc at the MPI Institute in Freiburg, working on the intersection of immunology and neuroscience. Nature and science fascinates me and I want to spread the word to everyone. And, also, I like beer, so it’s the perfect combination!

Agnieszka Kabat

Agnieszka Kabat

Event Manager

As a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics, I try to understand how T cells protect us from parasites. I think curiosity about how things work connects people, so I’m excited for the first Pint of Science Freiburg.

Mai Matsushita

Mai Matsushita

Event Manager
Deepti Prasad

Deepti Prasad

Event Manager

I am a PhD fellow working on epithelial architecture using Drosophila
models. Being a huge fan of Hefeweizen, when I am not busy chasing
flies, I am always up for a pint and conversations involving science,
politics, feminism, or all of the above!

Xiulin Ng

Xiulin Ng

Event Manager

While I’m hoping my PhD research on cell death in cancer will someday contribute to battling this dreadful illness, I also dabbled in other areas (sorry about the bacterial cultures at home, mum) and think PoS is a lovely way to share knowledge!

Szabina Tudja

Szabina Tudja

Event Manager

I'm currently through the looking glass with neuroscience (as a PhD), having drifted from psychology. I believe in turning ivory towers into public places.

Katharina Borst

Katharina Borst

Event Manager

As a Neuroimmunologist I am passionate about science and I would love to infect others with this passion by bring the crazy world of science closer to society.

Ellen McAllister

Ellen McAllister

Event Manager

For my PhD, I'm looking at how cells of the immune system adapt to the different challenges they encounter in the body. I hope Pint of Science inspires people to get curious about the world and all the amazing things in it!

Angelica Gray de Cristoforis

Angelica Gray de Cristoforis

Event Manager

I´m a PhD studying neurodevelopment and epigenetics. When I´m not figuring out how neurons in the spinal cord are formed and organised, I love to learn new things and travel to expand different horizons! Join us at Pint of Science to do this with us!

Abhinaya Anandamurugan

Abhinaya Anandamurugan

Event Manager

A biomolecule complex (= me) studying another biomolecule complex (= Hsp90). I'm a champion in wasting your time on talking about pretty much anything under the sun. Science is weird, hell yeah! But PoS ties to make what's weird fun for everyone.

Mauro Corrado

Mauro Corrado

Event Manager

I study how mitochondria split and combine to regulate cells to fight infection and cancer. Bench work is only one part of a scientist’s job. It’s our responsibility to share Science and fight pseudo- or anti-scientific ideas. PoS is great for this!