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Tina Storm

Tina Storm


Tina Storm


Postdoctoral Research Scientist

Tina’s research background is focused on cellular and molecular biology of endocytic receptors of the renal proximal tubules and retinal pigment epithelium. During her PhD studies she investigated the proximal tubular function in patients and transgenic mice with cubilin and megalin dysfunction.

She later on during her postdoctoral studies applied this knowledge to study the role of these receptors in ocular physiology and pathologies through histological and ultrastructural investigations of ocular tissue from conditional transgenic mouse models.

Tina joined Professor MacLaren´s research group in 2017 and is now working in a collaborative project with OxStem Ocular to develop novel therapies for retinopathies using small molecules.

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