Tabea studied Molecular Life Science at the University of Lübeck before she moved to Bonn to pursue a M.Sc. in Immunology. She interned in the Paeschke Lab where she worked on functional RNA structures of the SARS-CoV-2 genome. Afterwards, she joined the Wilhelm Lab for her second rotation and worked on Wnt signaling in intestinal organoids. During her master thesis in the Meissner Lab, she discovered her passion for proteomics and decided to stay for a PhD. Her project is focused on inhibitory T cell receptors and altered signaling pathways in exhausted T cells.
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