Benjamin Habbel - Biomedical Engineer
When I started to study biomechanical engineering, I thought more about changing the subject than to graduate. At last, the versatility of biomechanics motivated me to continue my studies whereof I’m glad, since otherwise I wouldn’t be here at the GHI today. Here I’m able to develop and engineer motor tests for patients of the Huntington’s Disease in a young and dynamic team. I’m happy to be able to contribute to the research of an effective therapy to Huntington’s Disease.