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Ingrid Ramm, Phd student at NextBioForm

Interview with Phd Ingrid Ramm

14 december 2021, 15:21

Ingrid Ramm is a PhD student and has worked at NextBioForm since September 2019. She is situated at Lund university (LTH), at the department of Food Technology, Engineering and Nutrition. Ingrid received her Master of Science in Engineering, Biotechnology, at Lund university, 2018.

What are your primary tasks within the project?

– I am working with liquid formulation of therapeutic proteins, mostly focusing on chemical stability. My PhD project is divided into two subprojects. The first project is focusing on how excipients can be used to decrease the rate of chemical degradation reactions in proteins. In the second project, I am working on the development of an AF4-MS method for the characterization of therapeutic proteins in biological fluids.

What is it like to be a PhD student in NBF?

– I am enjoying being a PhD student in NextBioForm. It is fun to be part of a large project and to learn from what the others are doing and by being close to the industry. I have learned a lot from the presentations by the industry partners, the mentor program, the NextBioForm courses, but foremost from attending various meetings. It has also been rewarding to see how my research is valuable for different applications in the industry and to get input on what I could do next. It has sometimes been stressful with the many presentations, but at the same time I get valuable input on my projects and get to practice my presentation skills.  

Do you have contact with the other PhD students in NBF?

– Yes, I have close contact with the NBF PhD students working at LTH (Lund University). Recently I have also had more contact with the other PhD students outside of LTH, since it has been easier to travel now when the covid restrictions have been eased. So far, I have not worked together with other PhD students, but I will probably start working in collaborative projects soon.

Do you have any contacts with the companies in the consortium?

– Yes, I have had contact with Solve, Sobi, Ferring, and Saromics within my projects. It is very beneficent to get help and support from the more senior scientists, and to be able to use the equipment at the companies.     

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