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I am a passionate Molecular Medical Scientist who is currently working as a PhD student at the Leibniz Institute for Immunotherapy. In the scope of my project I aim to get a better understanding of an immune cell derived factor in the context of tumor development and progression.
I am a PhD student trying to find out why patients don’t respond to cancer therapies. Apart from science I love cooking and spending time with friends, photography and traveling. I am part of Pint of Science to bring science and the public closer together.
I am an ardent PhD student at the Leibniz Institute for Immunotherapy, keen on contributing to the development and enhancement of anti-cancer therapies. Apart from Science, I throughly enjoy travelling to new places, trying out different cuisines, going on adventures and just being close to nature ;…
Hey all, I'm a PhD student in the field of Brain Metastasis. I'm passionate about understanding the role of my pro-tumoral target Trem2 on tumor-associated macrophages during organ colonization and hopefully also use it as a prospective therapeutic target. If you're interested, let's have a drink an…
I am an enthusiastic immunologist at the Leibniz Institute for Immunotherapy working on cancer immunology to gain more insights into the abstract microenvironment of tumor and immune cells to make the world a bit better, or at least to understand it better ;) Besides my PhD work, I like to go hiking…
I love sports, veggies and science,
as roadbiking runner I grow my lung volume, as gardener I grow eggplants and as a scientist in the field of immunology I grow cells.
With passion you can grow a lot.
Currently working on my climbing skills and at the Lebniz Institute for Immunotherapy.
Elena Romero Fernández
I’m an (epi-)genome engineering enthusiast performing a PhD to better understand immune cell behavior. In my free time I like to dance, climb and have some beers in good company!
If you join our PoS this year, feel free to come and ask me about genome editing and its implications in society :)
I am a Ph.D. in Immuno-oncology and recently moved to Germany. When I am not working, I like to travel around. It's a pleasure to be part of the PoS because there are so many things to discover, and this is the coolest way of doing it.
I'm a student at the University of Regensburg, doing my Master's degree in Biology. I'm super interested in biological research and science in general. Besides, I like sports, travelling and spending time with friends.