Thayssa Rabelo Schley, BIOP
One year ago, I started my project at the Institute of Biochemical Plant Pathology. Since the beginning, I’ve been part of DINI because I think that is important to know our colleagues and understand better about the community in which we belong.
My entire life I have been involved in organizations such as DINI. Now, here in Helmholtz Zentrum München, my main goal is to provide a pleasant atmosphere during the years of our studies.
For that, I want to better welcome the new students, helping in any doubt (personal or professional) that they might have, and improve our networking and social events in campus.
As a graduate student’s representative I would be very happy to listen to you, try to solve your problems, share our experiences and improve our communication. Together we are much better than alone!
Thayssa Rabelo Schley
Institute of Biochemical Plant Pathology