Saska obtained her PhD in 2012 in Life Science at the University of Lausanne, by studying the molecular pathways involved in beta cell dysfunction in Type 2 Diabetes and Obesity. In order to accomplish her PhD thesis, she moved from Lausanne to Lille (France).
After graduating, she joined the multinational company Bio-Rad, in the domain of Immunohematology.
She worked during one year as Assistant Project Leader in the R&D department for the Integration and Validation System.
In march 2015, she joined Lunaphore’s team as R&D Manager and is responsible for the application development of the microfluidic processor.