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Scientist, researcher


Eline Radstake

Scientist, researcher

The Netherlands

After completing her master in Cognitive Neuroscience, Eline started as a doctoral student at the Radiobiology Unit of the Belgian Nuclear Research Centre SCK CEN in collaboration with the University of Ghent. For her research, she uses in vitro models of cultured primary neurons and fibroblasts to investigate how the space environment affects the brain and the skin. With this research she aims to identify possible interaction effects of spaceflight stressors on these organs.

As a scientist, Eline focuses on how the human body adapts to the spaceflight environment. Traveling to other celestial bodies will push the human body to its limits. Scientists will have to develop new strategies in order to limit the negative health effects of space travel, which can even be seen in one of the smallest living systems in our body: the cell.


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