One day I stopped myself - what do I really want?

In a recent interview with Life Science Sweden, Tina Persson, shared her remarkable journey through various phases in her professional life. With a background as a docent in organic chemistry and experience as an RNA researcher at the Max Planck Institute, Tina has witnessed the evolution of her field.

Reflecting on her early days, Tina mentioned that when she returned from Germany, the concept of working with the interaction of small molecules with RNA was not widely understood. However, she acknowledged that today, it has become a given in the scientific community. In the 1990s, Tina, together with a research colleague, made significant contributions by developing aptamers, a new type of artificial RNA molecules. This breakthrough laid the foundation for the biotechnology company Aptahem.

Read the full interview here.

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