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Dr. Maya Chergova obtained her BSc and MSc degrees in molecular biology and genetics from the University of Strasbourg, France, and a doctoral degree from the University of Padua, Italy. In 2018, she transferred to the biobanking space, and since then, she has been working with various oncology-focused CRO and biospecimen procurement companies. Based on her experience and interest in exploring and analyzing biomedical progress and trends of biomedical research, she began working as a science writer and content creator.

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