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I am a young, supremely motivated graduate in the biomedical field who works with a targeted, analytical approach. Self-criticism and evaluation are two central components in my approach, which serve to improve the effectiveness of the processes which are involved in achieving a certain goal. As the co-captain of a football squad, I recognize myself as a person who excels in communication with other individuals, as well as a person who takes initiative and responsibility whenever necessary.

For me, the most interesting and intriguing aspect of biomedical research is its innovation, the process of bringing new products (e.g. diagnostics, therapies) to the market. Therefore, my career goal is to contribute to this process, by being involved in clinical research, and be part of the introduction of new medical products, to help people all over the world.


Current Experience

  • Administrative Assistant Kerkrade, Netherlands
    Since January 2010

    A side job that I've done for more than 5 years, and still do. This job consists of a wide array of administrative tasks, such as keeping track of income and expenses, writing payment reminders to patients, as well as archive work.

Past Experience

  • Student Researcher Maastricht, Netherlands
    October 2014 --- July 2015

    Internship at the Department of Internal Medicine, Maastricht University. The glyoxalase-1 (GLO1) protein as well as the product it breaks down (methylglyoxal, MGO), were investigated with regard to their role in insulin sensitivity. More specifically, muscle samples of humans (without/with T2DM) and mice (GLO1 overexpression), as well as muscle cells were used to determine this.

  • Student Researcher Maastricht, Netherlands
    January 2014 --- June 2014

    Internship at the Maastricht Study, a large phenotyping study which focuses on the etiology of type 2 diabetes. During the internship, it was investigated whether kidney function and cognitive performance were associated in a subset of the total cohort investigated at the Maastricht Study. This was investigated in SPSS by the means of linear regression, although other statistical methods were also performed during the internship.

  • Student Researcher Maastricht, Netherlands
    April 2013 --- July 2013

    Internship at the Department of Physiology. During this internship, the endothelial glycocalyx was investigated by the means of histochemical staining. It was investigated whether endothelial glycocalyx thickness could be quantified via histochemical staining, and whether a high-fat diet influenced the endothelial glycocalyx thickness in calf and heart muscle of Wistar rats.


Self Assessment :
Analytical thinkingAttention to detailCritical thinkingEfficiencyInterest in knowledgeKindnessOrganizationProactivityProblem solvingTrustCoordinationAdaptabilityCollaborationCommunicativeFlexibility


Self Assessment :
Animal models Diabetes Scientific writingCommunication SkillsData AnalysisEnglishMicroscopyMicrosoft OfficeScientific WritingStatisticsWestern Blotting


  • Master in Biomedical Sciences from Maastricht University in 2015
  • Bachelor in Health Science from Maastricht University in 2013


BrightOwl Assessment:
Self Assessment:
Professional Proficiency
Elementary Proficiency
Elementary Proficiency

Work Preferences

  • Positions I am interested in:
    Clinical Data Manager (DM) Clinical Research Coordinator Clinical Data Reviewer Clinical Project Leader Clinical Project Manager (CPM) Clinical Research Manager Clinical Research Associate (CRA) Clinical Trial Manager Global Data Manager Clinical Research Associate
  • Work From Home:
  • International:

Area / Region

Landgraaf, Netherlands


Driving License
  • Yes