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MSc in Moleculaire Biologie en Biotechnologie

Arthur Goemaerelei 7/2, Antwerp                                                   

mobile phone: 0485/777.816

email: antje_vervoort@hotmail.com

birth date: 17/05/1980

 

 

WHAT AM I SEEKING?

I’m looking for a coordinating function in the health sector. I want to use my research experience, obtained in the scientific and clinical sector, for more socially relevant themes. I’m searching for a varied job: manage and coordinate projects, generate ideas, consult, unsubscribe processes and procedures, compliance, implement actions and this all together with others.

 

WHO AM I?

Medical research is my passion. I’m strong in analysis and in designing and testing of innovative solutions. I love challenge and seek change. In everything I do, I strive for excellence. I quickly put ideas into actions, so I enthuse others. I notice problems and errors almost inevitably. This allows me to work proactively. I orient quickly from problem to solution. I feel at my best in a group, in which a similar goal is pursued and in which I can give my own opinion thought. I am good at building and maintaining in-depth contacts with people. I like to be appreciated for my accomplishments.

 

SOME MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS

· When approaching the deadline of a very large clinical project, I had the opportunity to coordinate and the division of labour of this project successfully. In this intensive period I was able to coordinate the operation of a subgroup of about 10 colleagues. The action and training of new colleagues also belonged to my tasks, as well as follow-up emails, client communication.... The deadline was met and the customer was very satisfied with our services.

· During my time in the Netherlands, I worked with a colleague on a project. Despite our different functions and training, this intensive collaboration with my colleague went on an equal basis. The hypothesis of the project we had to disprove. The result was published in a scientific journal in 2011.

· Radioactive labeling of antibodies according to GMP guidelines is labor intensive. Therefore it was decided to automate this. During the last half year in Amsterdam I took care of the optimization of this process: the preliminary tests were carried out by me. Further automation is now in the hands of my successors.

Experiences

Current Experience

  • Clinical Data Manager (DM) Mechelen, Belgium
    Since October 2011

    Clinical Data Manager bij SGS Life Science, Department Biometrics

    Result: Data management of 3-4 clinical trials from start to end (fase I, II & III) (last 6 months as Study Data Manager for client)

    • Establish clinical databases as STDM standards
    • Establish and translation of clinical protocols in customer - friendly data capturing systems ( Rave & Inform )
    • Review / analysis of clinical data with in-house defined front- and back-end checks, in collaboration with other colleagues
    • Freezing / locking of clinical databases
    • Work according to ICH GCP standards
    • Interaction with clients (teleconferencing ) & colleagues
    • Study Data Manager : responsible for all data management activities of CRO and vendors

Past Experience

  • Lab Analyst Amsterdam, Netherlands
    October 2007 --- September 2011

    Lab analyst, Free University Medical Centre (VUmc) Amsterdam, section Tumor Biology - Prof. Dr. van Dongen

    Scientific result: (pre)Targeting in molecular imaging (in collaboration with Philips Research, Eindhoven), published in Bioconjugate Chemistry (2011)

    Other results:

    • Optimization of labeling of antibodies with radioisotopes to meet the growing demand for clinical trials
    • 4 years experience in a GMP laboratory (Radionuclide center (RNC), VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam), including designing, writing and evaluating SOPs and coordinating GMP production for clinical trials

  • Laboratory Technician Brussels, Belgium
    June 2005 --- September 2007

    Lab technician, Free University Brussels (VUB) – Department Medical Science and Pharmacy - Prof. Dr. D. Pipeleers

     

    Scientific result: Optimization of Hadhsc-knockdown via RNA interference, published in J Biol Chem. (2007)

     

    Other results: Identification of protein markers of young beta cells in neonatal rats by using microarray assays

     

     

  • Laboratory Technician Brussels, Belgium
    June 2004 --- May 2005

    Lab technician, Free University Brussels (VUB) – Department Molecular en Cellular Interactions - Dr. P. Van Gelder

     

    Result: Optimization of technical expertise by cloning and purify of proteins XcpP and papGII

Personality

Self Assessment :
Attention to detailAdaptabilityFlexibilityIndependenceCoordinationSelf-disciplineProblem solvingResponsibility

Knowledge

Self Assessment :
Biochemistry Cell biology Labtechnician Phase I R&DBiotechnologyClinical Data Management (CDM)Clinical trialsElectronic Data Capture (EDC) Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)ICH GCP guidelinesMicrosoft ExcelMicrosoft Officemolecular biologyPre-clinical research Late Phase

Skills and Expertise

Self Assessment :
Analytical skills Create SOPs Use a confocal microscopyAdjust methodsAdjust processes and methods Control dataAdverse event reportingApprove queriesArchive study documentsArchive trial documentation and correspondence.Aseptic processingAseptic techniquesassess the needs of the project(s)/program(s) and make changes in process, work flow and/or assignments.Attend investigator meetingCell cultureClinical data collectionCollaborate with project teamCommunicate effectively on different company levelsCommunicate with sponsorConduct research at universitiesCoordinationData codingData validationData verificationDesign case record form (CRF)Design database Develop and maintain GCP/ICH compliant processes which control the quality of work and clinical trials Ensure data consistencyInteract with CROsInteract with physiciansInteract with statisticiansMaintain strong relationshipsManufacture of non-GMP and GMP batchesmanaging a small teamOral presentationOversee data collectionPlan work to meet objectives and deadlinesResolves queriesReview exclusion criteriaReview informed consent processReview inclusion criteriaReview queriesReview study protocolsSerious Adverse Event (SAE) ReconciliationUse laboratory techniquesUse western blotting techniqueVerify dataWork with coordination and data management teams

Education

  • Master in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology in Molecular Biology from University of Brussel in 2006
  • Industrial Engineer in Biochemistry from Karel de Grote hogeschool in 2003

Training and Certification

  • Time-management in 2014 Training
  • ICH GCP in 2011 Training
  • Werken met Radioactiviteit (level 4B) in 2010 Training
  • Werken met Radioactiviteit (level 5B) in 2007 Training
  • ICH GCP in 2011 Certification

Languages

BrightOwl Assessment:
Self Assessment:
Dutch
Native
English
Full Proficiency
French
Elementary Proficiency

Work Preferences

  • Positions I am interested in:
    Clinical Research Coordinator Clinical Research Associate (CRA) Clinical Trial Manager Clinical Project Manager (CPM) Laboratory Manager Study Coordinator
  • Work From Home:
    No
  • Work Regime:
    Permanent position
  • International:
    Yes

Publications

    Expert has 2 publications (Will be avalible with full profile)

Area / Region

Antwerp, Belgium

Others

Driving License
  • Yes