This is part of a series of interviews of scientists from all over the world :). Today Mariia Metelova, from Kyiv, talks about her experience and her favorite topics within systems medicine. She studied biology in Kyiv National University, and currently is doing the International Max Planck Research School in Neuroscience master program in Göttingen, Germany. She also speaks about past experiences, such as an internship at Karolinska Institute in Sweden. Her passion about cells and molecular networks took her to study gene networks (using epigenetic methods) and metabolic networks (metabolomics) to see how the body works and how can we learn more in order to develop new therapies and diagnostics for complex diseases.
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