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Astrid Haegens, PhD

Astrid Haegens is a PhD with an all-round biomedical laboratory background. Astrid’s expertise is in the field of rodent cardiovascular and pulmonary disease models. She brings 10 years of academic laboratory experience to Transonic. For the past 8 years, she has been sharing her expertise with Transonic’s customers, to ensure they get the most out of their research.

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The Road Less Traveled: Alternative Career Paths for Scientists

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