In the beginning of high school in Athens, Greece (my hometown), I had to decide which path I should focus on, which was easy. I had always been good at mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology — I didn’t need to study a lot, and could easily grasp the ideas. But in history and literature, IContinue reading “Why I Joined Q Bio: Katerina Kotrotsou, Lead Image Processing Engineer”
Several years ago, my mother’s life was saved by an incidental blood test, which led to an early stage leukemia diagnosis, and successful treatment. She was diagnosed quickly, but the testing that led to it was intended to investigate a simple fever. My mother was lucky. Most people are diagnosed too late.