Sandra studied biosciences and molecular Biomedicine at the University of Münster, Germany (WWU/Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster). During her undergraduate studies, she was awarded a scholarship by the German Academic Scholarship Foundation. Her Bachelor studies focused on the characterization of Na2+-channels in epithelial cells, her Master’s thesis on exploring the connection between influenza A viral infections and annexins. She performed her doctorate thesis research in Prof. Dr. Johannes Roth’s group at the Institute of Immunology in the field of immunology, in cooperation with the European Institute for Molecular Imaging developing a novel method for visualizing and characterizing phagocyte migration.
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- Ph.D., magna cum laude, Institute of Immunology, WWU Münster, Germany (2017), including research at the European Institute for Molecular Imaging (EIMI) (Münster, Germany)
- M.Sc. Molecular Biomedicine, Institute of Medical Biochemistry (2012), WWU Münster (Germany)
- B.Sc. Biosciences, Institute of Animal Physiology, WWU Münster, Germany (2010), including research at INEM (Molecular and Experimental Immunology and Neurogenetics) at the CNRS Orléans, France