- Tim Schnabel | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bioengineering PhD Student
- Current residence: Stanford University
- Originally from: Hannover, Germany
- 2015-2020, Ph.D. student in Bioengineering, PI: Elizabeth Sattely, Stanford University
- 2015-2017, Master of Science in Bioengineering, Stanford University
- 2011-2015, Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering with Honors, Minor in Economics, Stanford University
- 2009-2011, International Baccalaureate in Higher Level Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology, International School Hannover Region
My biggest passion is solving problems.
If the problem has a deeper purpose or application, I do not mind the exact subject so much as the process of creatively finding a solution. I look to explore and expand said creativity and problem solving skills in biotechnology research. What excites me about biotechnology is that I believe it to be fundamentally important in tackling some of the world's greatest challenges: food safety, energy sustainability, medical needs, and material engineering.
Nelson Mandela once said "it always seems impossible, until it's done". Challenge me.