Topic: 3D Imaging and quantitative analysis of intact tissues and organs

My PhD thesis focuses on imaging methods that enable visualization and analysis of tissue and organs in 3D over a period of time, which leads to a better understating of tissue development and maintenance. Organs and tissues are highly complex structures that come together to form whole organisms. Scientists have spent hundreds of years fully… Read More Topic: 3D Imaging and quantitative analysis of intact tissues and organs

Topic: Stop cell division to fight childhood leukemia

In this blog I explain my doctoral project and hope that after reading it the readers will share my excitement about the results of this work. Background Leukemia is a form of blood cancer that often affects children. Currently, to treat it doctors use combinations of different chemotherapeutic drugs. However, these drugs are toxic both… Read More Topic: Stop cell division to fight childhood leukemia

Science for all! New blog series

Hello dear reader!  Have you ever wondered what science goes on at KI?   Want to know more without all the science mumbo jumbo that even half the scientists don’t understand?   Looking for a quick and easy read to keep you updated with the latest research at KI?   Are you a researcher at KI and would like to show to your friends and family all… Read More Science for all! New blog series

My Apology Letter to the Science Overlords

“Hey, what do you do?” “Ugggghhhhh…..” I think I answer this question differently every single time I’m asked. I sit under a thousand umbrella terms that all mean something slightly different or overlapping, and give off impressions or ideas to different people, that is not always clear to me, nor them. “Im a…..scientist, a PhD… Read More My Apology Letter to the Science Overlords