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since 2007
Freelance science and medical journalist

2004 – 2006
Press-speaker for the hospital of the Technical University of Munich (TUM)

2003 – 2004
Editor at Springer Science, responsible for, among others, “im Focus
Onkologie”, a magazine for oncologists

2002 – 2003
Advanced education at the journalism school „Journalistenakademie Dr. Hooffacker“, Munich. Practical training to become a science editor, Springer Science, Munich

2001 – 2002
Scientist at the Generation Research Program, Bad Tölz; project: the sense of smell in the elderly

2000 – 2001
Scientist working in Tsukuba, Science City, Japan; project: comparison of the sense of smell in Japanese and Germans (fellowship from the Canon Foundation Europe). PhD in Neurobiology; title of the doctoral thesis: Olfactory learning in pigtail macaques (Macaca nemestrina)

1995 – 2000
Scientist and lecturer at the Institute of Medical Psychology of the Ludwig-
Maximilians-University of Munich; project: the sense of smell in non-human
primates and humans; lecturing: medical psychology and primatology

1990 – 1995
Studied biology at the Eberhard Karls-University in Tübingen and the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich (diploma in neurobiology, psychology and anthropology)


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