graduated from the Federal Research Assistant School in Fulda, Germany in 2014. Thereafter she worked in the Central Laboratory of the University Hospital at Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. Until 2018 she specialized in hematology diagnostics, hemostaseology and clinical chemistry before she joined the tumor immunology team in the Beilhack lab. She actively contributes to advancing novel concepts of immunotherapy and focuses on immune profiling in preclinical models and imaging of cancer.
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Dahlhoff J, Manz H, Steinfatt T, Delgado-Tascon J, Seebacher E, Schneider T, Wilnit A, Mokhtari Z, Tabares P, Böckle D, Rasche L, Martin Kortüm K, Lutz MB, Einsele H, Brandl A, Beilhack A. (2022). Transient regulatory T cell targeting triggers immune control of multiple myeloma and prevents disease progression. Leukemia, 36(3):790-800.