Hannah pursued a master’s degree in Biomedical Technology at the University of Tübingen with a focus on Implantology and Nanoanalytics. She was a visiting researcher in the laboratory of Dr. Nathaniel Huebsch at the Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. During her time there, she investigated peptide modification of alginate hydrogels and their effect on cell differentiation in 3D. In addition to her time in the US, she pursued an internship in Nanoanalytics at the NMI and continued at the NMI for her Master´s thesis on the development of an optical oxygen sensor for Organ-on-Chip platforms.
In 2021, Hannah worked at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Stuttgart establishing different hydrogel models for the investigation of cardiovascular implants in vitro.
She joined the Loskill Lab in 2022 for her Ph.D., developing an immunocompetent multi-organ chip to study cancer-immune interaction. In her free time, she enjoys doing gymnastics, biking, and all kind of outdoor activities.