Institute welcomes new intern Giuliana Cesare

In March, we welcomed Giuliana Cesare in the Drosophila laboratory. Giuliana is a master student from the University of Palma (Italy) and she was awarded with the Erasmus fellowship. She will stay for 6 months with us and will join our team to study the mechanisms of reduced penetrance in Parkinson’s disease.​

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