Anja Schué , Dipl. oec.-troph.

Anja Schué

Anja Schué studied Nutrition Science at the Justus Liebig University in Gießen, Germany. After a traineeship at a medical specialist publisher, she worked for different other specialist publishers. Simultaneously, she absolved an additional training at the Academy for Marketing Communication in Frankfurt/Main, with the degree “Certified Communication Expert”. Afterwards, she worked for an advertising agency for several years, where she was responsible for the support of technological companies also guiding a couple of Initial Public Offerings. After other stations, such as the Communication Department of the Deutsche Bahn, Anja Schué worked for the Global Marketing & Communications Department of Leica Microsystems from 2006 to 2017. In her role a Manager Scientific PR she was responsible for public relations, the global social media channels, and the Science Lab.

"The Leica Digital Light Sheet Module – a Clever Example of Thinking Out of the Box"

Bram van den Broek is a postdoctoral fellow at the Netherlands cancer institute in Amsterdam where he supports the advanced microscopy techniques in the laboratory of Kees Jalink. Working with Leica…

"We can go home and the imaging is done automatically by the Leica HCS A Matrix Screener."

Jutta Maria Bulkescher is the technical coordinator in the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research and Danish Stem Cell Center in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Leica HCS-A matrix screener is an…

Interview with Dr. Gertrude Bunt and Prof. Fred S. Wouters on the FOM 2015

Only a few days to go before the start of Focus on Microscopy 2015 in Göttingen, Germany. This year’s FOM is being organized by Dr. Gertrude Bunt and Prof. Dr. Fred S. Wouters from the University…

"Leica is always flexible and dynamic" - Interview with Audrey Salles, Pasteur Institute, Paris

Audrey Salles is a specialist for confocal and super-resolution microscopy at Pasteur Institute, Imagopole, PFID, Paris, France. Her research interests are cytokine signaling and skeleton organization…

Video Interview with Jean-Luc Vonesch

Jean-Luc Vonesch is head of the imaging facility at the Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology (IGBMC), Strasburg, France. 23 years ago he was the founder of this facility which…

Video Interview with William Hughes

William Hughes works at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney (Australia). In his Lab Head position he is interested in the causes of diabetes particularly looking at changes in exocytic…

Video Interviews with Kees Jalink

Kees Jalink's group at the Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, explores signal transduction pathways and cell adhesion processes in cancer cells. In his eyes especially the new…

Ground Beetles Shed Light on the Environmental History of High Mountain Regions

With over 35,000 known species, ground beetles – or Carabidae – are among the most speciose groups of animals in the world. Biologist Dr. Joachim Schmidt devotes his entire scientific work to the…

Genuine or Fake

ID cards, driving licenses, birth certificates, A-level exams – the potential for individual perpetrators or gangs to gain advantages by forging documents is vast. And the more sophisticated the…

Precision That Saves Eyesight

Retina surgery demands experienced surgeons and precision technology. In vitreoretinal surgery, the surgeon operates with microscissors and forceps that are less than a millimeter thick. The Swiss…

Restoring Former Glory with Cotton Buds and a Microscope – The Princely Collections of Liechtenstein

On her way to work, Ruth Klebel is often approached by tourists asking for the times of guided tours. She always gives the same answer before disappearing behind the wide automatic gate: “I’m afraid…
Cochlea implant. Illustration: © MED-EL.

Cochlea Implants for Deaf and Severely Hard of Hearing

People who can’t hear are outsiders, cut off from normal conversation. Children born into a silent world never learn to talk. Adults who lose their hearing due to age, accident or illness are no…

The Mitochondrial Hypothesis of Ageing

Why do we grow old? Research scientists have been looking for an answer to this question for many years – particularly against the background of the increase in neurodegenerative diseases among older…

Just What the Surgeon Wants

We’ve all experienced an everyday product at some time that had great technology and a stylish design but was totally impractical to use. A designer coffee pot that spills its contents all round the…

Seeing Without a Haze – Trends in Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery has been practised for centuries and is one of the most common operations performed worldwide today. Ultra modern surgical techniques with tiny incisions and high-quality prosthetic…

Beware of "Empty" Magnification

This article explains how to avoid the phenomen of "empty magnification" in microscopy.

FusionOptics – Combines high resolution and depth of field for ideal 3D optical Images

A study carried out jointly by Leica Microsystems and the Institute of Neuroinformatics at the University of Zurich and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology provided the basis for an innovation in…
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