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Carmen Veith was born on February 3rd 1990 in Buehl, Germany. In 2009 she started the Bachelor program Molecular Life Sciences at Maastricht University and enrolled in the Master’s program Biomedical Sciences with specialization Clinical Molecular Sciences in 2012. During her Master internships, she focused on the role of oxidative stress in lung diseases. During the first year of her Master, she did an internship at the Department of Pathology at the University of Vermont, investigating the role of oxidant-induced Interleukin-33 production in the pathophysiology of asthma and the role of the NADPH oxidase Duox1 herein. During her second internship at the department of Toxicology at the University of Maastricht, she described the beneficial effects of the antioxidant quercetin on oxidative stress-induced lung damage, resulting in her Master thesis. After graduating in 2014, she was granted a PhD position through the Kootstra Fellowship Program and the NWO NUTRIM Graduate Program at the Department of Toxicology at Maastricht University. In August she started as PhD student investigating cancerous pathways in pulmonary fibrosis and the role of oxidative stress herein.
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