• I feel like being in Japan is opening many new doors

    Anouk Rossen (Netherlands) Doctoral course

    I first came to The University of Tokyo in 2017 when I spent 6 months working in the Fujita lab as an internship student for my master’s degree. It was a truly unforgettable and unique experience that left a deep impression on me: even so much so that I ended up coming back here as a PhD student in the same lab, where I am now working on research on protein encapsulation in self-assembled cages. Living and doing research in Japan is very different from what I am used to in the Netherlands in many aspects, so at times it can be hard, but I feel like I am learning something new every day!

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