Stephanie is a research intern at Juvena Therapeutics. She is one of five students from Danish Universities chosen to take part in the fellowship International Innovation Program (2iP). Through the program she will spend five months elucidating the mechanism of action of Juvena’s therapeutics by studying proteomics. Stephanie joined the Juvena Therapeutics team in August 2019.
Stephanie started her education at the University of Copenhagen where she studied her bachelors in Biology-biotechnology. Following her bachelors she continued with the same degree for her master’s with a specialization in applied enzymology. Outside of her studies Stephanie has dedicated her time to a non-profit student-led organization, Synapse Life Science Connect, in which she has helped bridge the gap between academia, research, industry and students. Stephanie’s curiosity and passion for biotechnology also encouraged her to be a part of her University’s iGEM team in they earned a gold medal, as well as being featured in Good Morning Denmark.
In Stephanie’s free time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, take weekend trips to nearby national parks and go to the beach with her parents' dogs.