Anna Kremer is an application specialist at the VIB BioImaging Core in Ghent, Belgium. She was trained in the Life Sciences at the University of Leiden, Delft University of Technology and the University of Edinburgh. Her doctoral studies in Biomedical Sciences at the KU Leuven focused on the role of (hyper phosophorylated) Tau and GSK3 in Alzheimer’s Disease.
After developing an interest in microscopy and new technologies during her studies, she joined the VIB BioImaging Core in 2012 as a post-doc to help set up volume EM and Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy (CLEM) in the facility. Her work here has involved developing workflows for volume EM and/or CLEM on samples from all areas in the Life Sciences and resulted in expert knowledge on FIB-SEM imaging of biological samples.
As a staff scientist at the VIB BioImaging Core she is the application specialist for volume EM (SBF-SEM and FIB-SEM) and workflows for 3D CLEM.