Dr. Judith Hagenbuchner studied biotechnology at the University of Applied Sciences in Upper Austria and graduated as engineer (Dipl.Ing) in 2006. She received her PhD in molecular biology at the University of Innsbruck in 2009 and the venia docendi (Habilitation) in experimental pathology from Medical University of Innsbruck in 2016. She is senior researcher at the Childrens Hospital Innsbruck and co-founder of Austria’s first 3D Bioprinting Laboratory (2017). Her main research interests are mitochondrial metabolism and fusion fission dynamics, organoid growth and building smart in vitro models by 3D bioprinting. She has published more than 23 papers in peer-reviewed journals.