Project 6: Further develop methods for characterising EVs utilising advanced technologies and assess patho/physiological relevance of EVs and their potential to be exploited as biomarkers
Host Institution: Semmelweis University, Hungary
Delaram Khamari achieved her Bachelor’s Degree in biology at Lille University of France. Within this time, she did an internship focused on the role of proteoglycan in regulation of inflammatory response.
She also had the opportunity to do a voluntary internship at Maastricht University of Netherlands. Her enthusiasm for Immunology led her to apply for a master’s degree in Immunology Research at the Lille University of Medicine in France.
She completed the first year of her master degree in Biotechnology, specializing in structural biology and the second year in Health Biology, during which, she did two different internships to elucidate the role of gdT cells during an early stage of HFD-induced obesity at the Pasteur Institute of Lille in France. Then she decided to expand her knowledge by doing another master specialized in proteomics and inflammatory response to carry out a new protocol for a diagnostic kit against ovarian cancer using Mass spectrometry.
Then she applied for the Early Stage Research (ESR) PhD position Marie Sklodowska-Curie TRAIN-EV program of Training in Extracellular Vesicles. She feels honoured to be one of PhD Students at the Semmelweis University, Budapest (Hungary) and to be supervised by Prof.Edit Buzas.