Nina studied biophysics at the Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany. After receiving her diploma of MSc in Biophysics in 2015, she started working as a scientific advisor at the Institut für Bildgebende Diagnostik in Offenbach, Germany. Her main fields of work are in research and development. She is specialized in minimally invasive tumor ablation methods.
In 2018, Nina started her industrial PhD at the Department of Information and Communication Technologies in the field of electroporation-based technologies for cancer treatment.