National Institute of Health (2016-2018)

Here you can find an overview of my research projects I have worked on between 2016-2018. For further information or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Understanding gene expression in eukaryotic cells


From 2016 on I worked at the Center for Cancer Research | National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health. The primary goal of my host department is to understand gene expression in eukaryotic cells, starting from the mechanistic behavior of individual macromolecules and proceeding to their regulation in cells and tissue. Therefore, I was engaged in using, developing and combining new technologies, including: (1) super-resolution microscopy, (2) single molecule imaging, (3) genetic engineering, (4) next generation sequencing approaches and (5) mathematical and biophysical modeling.