Christine completed her bachelor degree with honors in Microbiology and Biochemistry in 2007. Then she worked as Senior Lab Technician in the first internationally accredited (AABB) cord blood bank in Egypt for 9 years, where she mastered advanced techniques such as separating and cryopreserving stem cells applying AutoXpress (AXP), Sepax and Bio-archive systems. She successfully completed her studies in the Precision Medicine Diagnostics (formerly MDT) Master program at the Furtwangen University. In August 2019, she joined G.E.R.N. center for her Master thesis, which will focus on controlled delivery of anti-inflammatory cytokines in a human in vitro cell model by using microspheres. She speaks 4 languages, loves traveling, reading books, and she enjoys spending personal time with friends. Since 2022 Christine is a Ph.D. candidate at G.E.R.N. and the Faculty of Biology. Together, we received a Rosa-Luxemburg fellowship to support her as Ph.D. candidate.