Lab in the Spotlight :
Prof. Michael Berger
What drove me to choose this lab?
In my Bachelors, I worked in the Berger Lab for a summer scholarship. This experience helped me understand how working in the lab looks like. Also, I discovered the love of the Immunology research field.
My research project
The role of SlFN2 gene (which is a quiescence factor in T cells and inflammatory monocytes) in protein trafficking.
The students here were very kind, helpful, and funny. They care about each other as a family.
In five years I will be…
I would like to keep improving myself and building up my experience. I also hope I will be finishing my PhD degree.