A Lifelong Fascination
Sitting Down With… Antonia Joussen, Professor and Chair, Department of Ophthalmology, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany
Aleksandra Jones | | Interview
If you weren’t an ophthalmologist, what would you do?
I would have loved to study music – I played the organ and the piano when I was young. If I were to choose another medical specialty, it would have been oncology. When I had my final year rotations in an oncology ward in the 1990s, I was very excited to see how stem cell transplantations were implemented into clinical practice. I actually learned a lot for my basic research, which still looks at macrophages and microglia cells.
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