Tahnee Mackensen
PhD candidate, Centre For Genomic Regulation
Education: Abitur at Gymnasium Am Sonnenberg Crivitz, Germany Undergraduate: The University of Edinburgh (Neuroscience) International exchange: McGill University, Canada Research experience: - Investigating danionella translucidea behaviour and communication at Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin - phenotypic characterization of human induced pluripotent stem cell derived astrocytes (McGill) Bachelor project: the promising role of low-level wnt activator for human thalamus-like organoid generation Hobbies: climbing, hiking, white-water kayaking, salsa, swing, volleyball others: Co-founder of the Science Journals Society Edinburgh Current: student of the Zebrafish International training hub (ZENITH); doing my PhD on sleep behaviour in zebrafish

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Related School Subjects
Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics
zebrafish neuroscience sleep behaviour organoids stem_cells
English, German