In the course of her career, Dr. Sandra Reichstetter has committed herself to researching cellular immunology. She spent eight years as a leading researcher at PharmaIN Corp., Seattle, USA, and six years as a doctoral student at the Benaroya Research Institute. During her time there, she researched the role of TH1-type t helper and regular t cells in the pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases. Dr. Reichstetter holds a doctorate in immunology and genetics, a Bachelor of Science in zoology and biochemistry, and has been the leading researcher in numerous start-ups in the biotechnology sector, for which she received NIH-funded scholarships. With her immense expertise in medical research and science, Dr. Reichstetter is not only an extraordinarily competent quality manager in the field of chemistry, biology, medical writing and statistical analysis, but also the main correspondent of ACAD WRITE in the USA.