Cameroonian student has begun her research stay in Tübingen.

Babette Abanda, a graduate student from the University of Ngaoundere, Cameroon, has arrived in Germany to learn molecular-genetic techniques at the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Tübingen. There, in the laboratory of Dr. Wolfgang Hoffmann, she is analying genetic data from the project’s own cattle herd which is naturally infected with different parasites, like filariae, intestinal helminths and trypanosomes. Her two-month long research stay is funded by a travel grant from the Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation.

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