Julia is a recent graduate of the Medical University of Vienna with a M.S in Biomedicine. She is currently pursuing her endeavor to combine biomedical research and coding by earning a graduate degree in Computer Science in Boston, MA. Subsequently, her career goal is to improve research results through thorough data analysis and work for a computational biology startup. As Project Manager she is engaged in several research and innovation projects.
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