I studied Molecular Biotechnology at the Heidelberg University with a focus on computational biology. During my master thesis I worked on multi-omics integration methods for functional proteomics data in a biomedical context as part of a collaboration between the lab of Julio Saez-Rodriguez and GSK. In 2022, I started my PhD in the group of Mikhail Savitski in the Genome Biology unit at the EMBL Heidelberg where I will focus on developing novel MS-based proteomics methods in different biological settings.
The main focus of my research is to develop MS-based proteomics methods that enhance our understanding of biological processes by measuring protein features like phosphorylation, thermal stability and solubility in a systematic and proteome-wide manner. I am further interested in ways to analyze and integrate the resulting data using computational biology methods.
|2022-current||PhD candidate in the Savitski team at the EMBL Heidelberg|
|2021-2022||Master Thesis at Cellzome (GSK) and the Institute for Computational Biomedicine, Heidelberg University, Faculty of Medicine & Heidelberg University Hospital|
|2019-2021||Research internships at the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg, the Institute for Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry in Prague, the EMBL Heidelberg and the Heidelberg University Hospital|
|2021||MSc. Molecular Biotechnology, Heidelberg University|
|2019||BSc. Molecular Biotechnology, Heidelberg University|