Leonie Blöbaum is a Master’s student of Molecular Life Science at the University of Lübeck. She obtained her BSc degree from the University of Lübeck, where she investigated the localization of circadian transcription factors during nuclear export inhibition. During previous internships, she gathered practical training in the Quality Systems and Compliance department at GSK Vaccines, Marburg, and the High Content Imaging and Analysis department at Evotec SE, Hamburg. Moreover, she gained her first experience in clinical research as a student assistant in the clinical study team in the section of pediatric pneumology at UKSH, Lübeck. Leonie has recently joined Dr. Joanne Trinh’s research group “Translational Omics in Parkinson’s Disease” for her Master’s Thesis to discover potential relationships between polygenetic risk score and lifestyle factors with age at onset of Parkinson’s disease.