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Elisabeth Kugler is a scientist at the interface of biomedical image analysis and science communication. She is the director of Zeeks a corporate science communication company, which, after less than 18 months, has been selected for a national business development program and shortlisted for two awards. 

Elisabeth regularly speaks and writes about chronic illness and podcast co-hosts the Keep it Science. She is also a book lover, trinket collector, and artist.

Prior to that, Elisabeth was a Research Fellow at the University College London, where she developed an image-based computational model of retinal neurovascular unit development using advanced in vivo imaging data. For her PhD at the University of Sheffield, she has developed image analysis pipelines for the zebrafish brain vasculature and characterised a previously undescribed cell membrane behaviour in brain vessels, termed kugeln.

Elisabeth has a proven track record of delivering high-quality, interdisciplinary research by integrating experimental and computational approaches. To date, her research has resulted in numerous journal articles, conference proceedings, talks, posters, and science communication activities.

"Been working with Elisabeth since 2022 on multiple different projects. Elisabeth is amazing at project management, task switching and delivering perfectly in time. She is always approachable, innovative, creative which makes working/brainstorming with her extremely useful!"

Dr. Susanne Seifert,

Head of Marketing ibidi GmbH

"It was a pleasure working with Elisabeth. We received high-quality content, and always quickly and on time. We look forward to more projects together."

Dr. Nick Gaunt

CEO: Acorn Scientific Marketing | Host: Keep It Science

"I've been working alongside Elisabeth and Zeeks for about a year now and would highly recommend both the company and the woman! Elisabeth is commited and hard working and puts 100% care and passion into everything that I have seen her do. [..]"
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