I studied bachelor of Biomedical Science at University of Newcastle, Australia. Then I moved to Gothenburg, Sweden to study master program in Biotechnology at Chalmers University of Technology. The topic for master's thesis was focused on differentiation and characterization of MafA-GFP reporter iPS cells into pancreatic beta cell lineage, undertaken in Department of Discovery Science at AstraZeneca. Since September 2021, I started doctoral study in Department of Women's and Children's Health at Karolinska Institutet under the supervision of Dr. Phillip Newton, in the group of Prof. Klas Blomgren.
In the doctoral project, I will investigate how the long-bones grow and what maintains this growth throughout childhood in order to understand and reveal the fundamental mechanisms of human growth.
Bachelor of Biomedical Science
- Dissertation topic: Using microarray and bioinformatics analysis to detect links between mutations in HFE gene and hemochromatosis and how these mutations can influence EPN2 gene expression.
Master Program in Biotechnology
- Thesis topic: Differentiation and characterization of MafA-GFP reporter iPS cells into pancreatic beta cell lineage.
Doctoral Study in Skeletal Development
- Project topic: Does a stem cell niche allow postnatal bone growth in human?