From 2016 to 2022, I studied Bioinformatics as B.Sc. and M.Sc. in a joint program at the LMU and TUM. For my bachelor’s thesis, I joined the ListLab in 2019 to look into histone modifications’ impact on alternative splicing. From August 2019 until the end of 2022, I worked as a student research assistant in the group. My master’s thesis within the scope of the IHEC Integrative Analysis project expanded the idea of the bachelor’s thesis and added DNA methylation to the epigenetic marks that were associated with alternative splicing. Since 2023 I have continued as a doctoral student/Ph.D. candidate for the REPO4EU project to build a knowledge base for drug repurposing.