I was born in 1992 in Bozen and grew up in Tramin. I attended the Gewerbeoberschule “Max Valier” in Bozen, where I specialized in Electronics and Telecommunications. For my Bachelor and Master studies I decided to switch from engineering to life sciences and studied Molecular Medicine at the Medical University of Innsbruck. I moved to Stockholm, Sweden where I investigated the role of deubiquitylating enzymes in double-strand break repair under the mentorship of Dr. Nico Dantuma at the Karolinska Institute, culminating in my Master's thesis. I then moved to Copenhagen, Denmark to pursue my research in the laboratory of Dr. Julien Duxin as part of the ‘Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme’. For my work on DNA-protein crosslink repair I was awarded a PhD in ‘Molecular Mechanisms of Disease’ in June 2022. As of August 2022, I am postdoctoral researcher in the laboratory of Dr. Karlene Cimprich at Stanford University and have since been awarded the ‘Fellowship for Visiting Postdocs at Stanford Bio-X’ funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation. At present, my research focuses on exploring DNA replication stress responses, employing an innovative single-molecule imaging and tracking system.
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