Róza joined Dehns in November 2017 as a Technical Assistant in the Engineering Department shortly after completing her PhD at the Sainsbury Laboratory of the University of Cambridge, where she examined the variability of pavement cell shapes in the epidermis of plant leaves.
Prior to her doctoral research, Róza studied Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge, eventually specialising in physics. During this period, she worked on research projects in a variety of areas including condensed matter physics, materials science, physical chemistry, nanotechnology and even medieval art, across different Cambridge departments and also at the Jülich Research Centre (Forschungszentrum Jülich) in Germany.
Qualifications and Memberships
Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law, Queen Mary University, 2019
PhD in Plant Science, University of Cambridge, 2019
MSci and BA in Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge, 2013, 1st Class Honours