Konrad Beyer is an Analyst with Catenion and lives in Berlin.
Before joining Catenion, Konrad did his Ph.D. at the Department of Parasitology at the University Heidelberg. During his Ph.D. in the field of infectious diseases he focused on understanding the collective motion of malaria causing parasites and analyzed the interplay of adhesins involved in forward motility. He further brings a broad background ranging from super-resolution microscopy to neuroscience.
In his free time, Konrad enjoys bouldering and playing guitar. He is passionate about submerging himself into foreign cultures during his travels and deep down in the sea during scuba dive.
Having studied molecular biology with a focus on neuroscience Konrad completed his Ph.D. in infectious diseases at the Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg. During his masters Konrad spent 4 months at the University Sydney to study the development of chronic pain.
- Molecular Biology & Neuroscience
- Infectious diseases
- Super-resolution microscopy
- Data analysis
- Scientific evaluation
- Competitive analysis