I am PhD student supervised by Dr. Mark Isalan (Synthetic Biology) and Professor Michael Stumpf (Theoretical Systems Biology). I graduated from LMU Munich in 2014 with a BSc in Chemistry and Biochemistry. This was followed by an MSc in Applied Biosciences and Biotechnology, which I was awarded in 2015 from Imperial College London.
My PhD focuses on the formation of patterns in the process of development. For this I aim to engineer Turing patterns in a mammalian scaffold and by combining wet-lab work with in silico analysis develop a set of stable Turing pattern generators.