Thrilled to share some fantastic news! I am incredibly honored and grateful to be the recipient of the esteemed Bernd Rode Award 2024, presented by ASEA-UNINET. I owe immense gratitude to Prof. Karl Kuchler for his invaluable guidance and mentoring, which has been instrumental in my success. I extend my heartfelt thanks to Prof. Adelheid Elbe-B├╝rger, all collaborators, the lab members (current and former), and the Tissue Home PhD Program members for their support and encouragement throughout my journey. This achievement would not have been possible without their incredible support and collaboration.

We presented my current works from PhD Project at Candida and Candidiasis 2023. The topic is the discovery of a prospective bZIP master regulator Rom1 and White-Brown switching in the pathogenicity of Candida auris.

I am incredibly grateful to ESCMID - European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases for recognizing my work and including me in this list. It is truly an honor to be among such accomplished individuals. As a young scientist, this recognition inspires me to keep pushing the boundaries of my research and strive for excellence.

Go to ESCMID Yearbook 2023

Very excited today. I got the FEMS Meeting Attendance Grant to join Candida and Candidiasis is Meeting 2023 in Montreal. I could not wait to meet Candida community there!

Prof. Karl Kuchler presented my current work at ECFG 2023. The topic is the discovery of a prospective bZIP master regulator Rom1 in the pathogenicity of Candida auris.

The first Research Grant in my career was accepted today. This is a fantastic thing for me to welcome a new lunar new year. The European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ESCMID) granted the funding for one year, covering a small project emerging from my Ph.D. study. Cheer!

TissueHome students joined the Vienna Ball of Science together yesterday. This is the first time we gathered in a classic tradition with contemporary impulses from different fields of science. We do have a great time after the final Symposium of the Ph.D. program. Thanks for all the amazing things from TissueHome.

TissueHome students spent 3 days in a very beautiful place outside Vienna for the final Symposium of the Ph.D. Program. Students had the time to present and discuss about cutting-edge knowledge in the field of tissue homeostasis during pathogenesis with faculties and experts from EU-UK, and the US. Trinh presented a part of his work at the Symposium.