During her MSc studies in Molecular Medicine at Trinity College Dublin, Theresa was awarded a Eurolife Scholarship for Early Career Researchers to pursue her MSc thesis research abroad. She went to Karolinska Institute in Stockholm to do her Master thesis in the lab of Lars Olson at the department of Neuroscience.
For her PhD studies at University of Freiburg, Theresa was awarded a fellowship within the DFG-funded Research Training Group 1104 – From Cells to Organs: Molecular Mechanisms of Organogenesis.
During her PhD stuides, Theresa was a research fellow in the BIOSS Centre for Biological Signalling Studies and the CIBSS Cluster of Excellence for Integrative Biological Signalling Studies.
Theresa was awarded the Best Poster Award at the 3rd Triregional Meeting Stem Cell and Developmental Biology Meeting in Strasbourg in 2016 for her Post of Bsx functions in Pineal Complex Development.
Theresa always enjoys sharing her experience with students. She held lectures for undergraduate students, engaged in tutorring and supervising students and offers trainings for PhD students and Postdocs.
During her undergraduate studies Theresa started to engage in representation activities and held mandates in several university boards and committes. After her PhD, Theresa switched to professional Science Management.
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