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Serena Quarta, PhD

Serena Quarta is currently working as university assistant at the Medical University of Innsbruck (MUI), Austria. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology in 2005 and an MSc degree in Molecular Biotechnology in 2007 from the University of Turin, Italy. She obtained her PhD in Neuroscience/Human Medicine from the MUI in 2013, for which she was awarded with the Wilhelm-Auerswald-Prize from Bayer®. Her research interests revolve mainly around understanding the outgrowth processes of neuronal cells and how to improve neuronal regeneration and pain after injury. She has published several papers in international peer reviewed journals, she is on the reviewer board of different scientific journals and a member of societies such as ANA, SfN, IBRO and IASP. She is involved in teaching duties at the MUI and the organization of public events for science. She has followed certificated courses from the MUI on teaching, scientific writing and project management.

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How to Write a Killer Research Interest Statement

A strong research interest statement can be the difference between being considered for a position and your application ending up in the bin. Check out these tips on how to make your statement stand out from the crowd.

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04 Feb 2021 Career Development & Networking&Survive and Thrive
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