7.3.12, Bianca M. Mladek receives Marie Curie Career Integration Grant
Bianca M. Mladek, VIPS Postdoc at MFPL since one year, has been awarded a prestigious Marie Curie Career Integration Grant.
Bianca M. Mladek was previously working as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Cambridge, UK, where she already held a Marie Curie Inter-European Fellowship. Before that, she pursued her PhD in Computational Physics at the TU Wien, which she finished sub auspiciis presidentis. Her current researche addresses questions of understanding and controlling self assembly in soft and biological matter systems.
Marie Curie Career Integration Grants are awarded to researchers aiming to permanently integrate themselves in the European Research landscape. By offering researchers their own research budget, this grant thus contributes to the scientific success of the scientists’ research career.
Mladek’s Marie Curie project will last for 2.5 years and aims to computationally study protein-RNA complexes.