Ph.D. Marina Martinic Kavur
Marina Martinić Kavur, Ph.D. holds a Bachelor's degree in Biology and Master's degree in experimental biology, field immunology, and physiology. She worked for one year on the project studying the bone morphogenetic protein at the University of Zagreb, a school Medicine and then went on to pursue a Ph.D. in the field of Molecular Biology from the University of Vienna. During her Ph.D. studies, she worked on the Institute of Molecular Pathology on imaging the live-cell dynamics of the Spindle Assembly Checkpoint. Her efforts contributed to the generation of the first 4-dimensional map of proteins regulating human cell division, published in Nature. Since 2018. she works for Genos on several projects studying glycosylation in health and disease.