Theresa became interested in philosophy somewhen during her teenage years. Initially being fascinated by constructivists epistemological theories, her interests shifted and broadened when she started to study philosophy at the University of Innsbruck. She came in touch with hermeneutics, political philosophy, pragmatism, philosophy of language and analytical philosophy. However, her main interests, persisting until today, are bioethics in the field of practical philosophy and scientific theory as well as philosophy of mind in the field of theoretical philosophy. More recently, she became involved in science and technology studies, which resulted in her coauthoring an article in the Süddeutsche Zeitung on race and genetics (you can find an English translation of the article here).