Nadine started her Bachelor studies 2005 in Molecular Biotechnology at the Technische Universität, München (TUM), Germany. She earned her Bachelor degree in 2008 with her thesis on the genomic characterization of a bovine gene involved in lipid metabolism and association studies with milk traits. During her Master studies in Molecular Biotechnology at the Technische Universität München, Germany, she spent eight months at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore where she worked on diagnostics of Plasmodium falciparum malaria.
In 2011 she completed her Master thesis on the enrichment of O-GlcNAc-modified proteins by click chemistry and further LC-MS/MS analysis in Prof. Bernhard Küster's lab (TUM).
During her PhD (MLS program) she will focus on the system-wide responses of colon cells to food components and their impact on cancer drug action. Her PhD thesis is part of a SINGERGIA project, a joint collaborative with Prof. Shana Sturla (ETH) and Prof. Giancarlo Marra.