Giulio is a cancer researcher in MIT's Chemical Engineering department and is working on RNA-RNA interaction to cure cancer. Originally from Italy, he's studied in multiple European countries: from University of Naples and Turin Polytechnic to INP Grenoble and EPFL. Giulio is passionate about European political integration and so he joined the EuroClub to get involved in the European community at MIT and to build cross-Atlantic partenrships between MIT and Europe through the European Career Fair.
Xiaoyu is a PhD student, working hard to produce fuels from combustion products, i.e. water and carbon dioxide to create a carbon-neutral cycle and decrease the green house gas emission. Having grown up in Guangdong, China, Xiaoyu learned about the EuroClub before heading off to Germany for an internship at Bosch. In addition to engineering, he explored European culture and volunteered to help refugees incorporate into Stuttgart. After he came back he decided to help MIT students learn more about the culture and opportunities in Europe.
Susanna is a biomedical scientist and joined the MIT European Club in 2015 and has since been active in organizing the annual career fair. With study experience from Australia, Germany and Sweden she is passionate about cross-cutural connections and enabling talent globally. Susanna currently works for the biotech nonprofit Addgene in Cambridge.
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Katrin is a postdoc at the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at MIT. She is fascinated by the question how small changes on the molecular level can affect neuronal networks in the brain and ultimately lead to learning and memory. Katrin is originally from Germany and joined the EuroClub soon after she came to MIT in October 2015. She is excited to support the European community at MIT and foster the cultural dialogue with the MIT community from all over the world.
Karine is a PhD student in the Mechanical Engineering department at MIT. She is interested in sustainable practices. She is currently working on modeling recycling and lowering the environmental footprint, after working on building energy modeling for her Masters. Originally from the island of Mauritius, Karine pursued her interest in engineering at Brown University for her undergraduate studies. Being francophone, she spent a summer in Paris for an internship at EDF and exploring the regional startup ecosystem. Thereafter, she was excited to join and interact with MIT's European community through the EuroClub.