Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau / University of Rome
Josefine Gottschalk is a doctoral student at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” for Industrial Engineering and she is working in the Laboratory of Prof. Andreas H. Foitzik at the University of Applied Science Wildau. Her research as a PhD candidate at the University of “Tor Vergata” involves a new method to analyse the interaction of cancer cells with chemotherapeutic agents to personalized medicine. She holds a master’s degree in biosystems engineering and bioinformatics from University of Applied Science where she worked on electronic speckle pattern interferometry to reinvestigate capability to evaluate biological processes.
At Future Medicine 2017 she will talk about "Long-Term Monitoring of Chemotherapeutic Induced Cell Reactions by ESPI"