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Lena Lampe

MPI for Infection Biology
I studied biochemistry in Hanover and later moved to the Netherlands to study biomedical sciences. Afterward, I started my Ph.D. in Berlin ate the vector biology department of the Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, where I worked with mosquitoes and the malaria parasite. In general, we tried to answer the question why some mosquitoes are such great transmitter of the human malaria parasite. I am truly passionate about research and the idealistic view that we would like to add knowledge to the world in the most effective way possible.