The next generation of scientists

Meet Johanna Wagner: She is part of the  Department of Quantitative Biomedicine and focuses on cancer research using single-cell technologies.

2 min
Santina Russo
Published on January 14, 2020

In today’s world, scientists of different fields need to work together – for better research, to improve patient care, and for their own success. PhD programs, which provide an interdisciplinary network, can facilitate collaborations. Students in Zurich tell us what they think the future holds for them.

The Patients’ Tumor Bank of Hope’s collaboration with the Department of Quantitative Biomedicine makes it possible for Johanna Wagner to research breast cancer.

Breast cancer research using single-cell technologies

Name: Johanna Wagner
Initial Education: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
From: Germany

By Santina Russo
Santina Russo is a freelance science and medical journalist based in Zurich, Switzerland.