Short biographic note
"Not all those who wander are lost" is my way of thinking about both science and life.
Although I was born in Sri Lanka, I have lived in Italy for the past twenty years. Here, I have obtained my Bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology and Master’s degree in Medical Biotechnology at the University of Milano - Bicocca. I am currently doing my PhD as a Marie-Curie Early Stage Researcher at the Department of Biophysical Microstructures at the Institute of Nuclear Physics - Polish Academy of Sciences (IFJ PAN) in Kraków. My research project will deal with the mechanical phenotyping of human bladder cancers. I believe that curiosity is the essence of a scientific mind and even if sometimes it makes us wander in different and unwanted places and situations, I think that it does not necessarily mean that we are lost; we will always find and learn something new from wherever we are and whatever we are doing. Therefore, I have begun this new adventure within the Phys2BioMed project with curiosity and willing to learn as much as possible from the entire team.
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Mechanical phenotyping of human bladder cancers
1st June 2019