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i am competent in and enjoy communicating Research, both orally and written. i work well independently, but i am also a team player. my passion for science, curiosity for cutting edge Research and Hypothesis-driven approach to Problem Solving are a combination that would allow me to translate scientific Innovation from ideas to commercial reality and is something which i want to further develop. my passion lies with providing entrepreneurs the opportunity to develop and commercialize their disruptive ideas which have either a positive impact on society or on the quality of Healthcare. my next step is to gain real-life experience at a vc/consultancy firm or bio-incubator.


Current Experience

  • PhD student

    Since September 2011
    phd project: department of developmental Biology, erasmus mc rotterdam understanding the molecular mechanism of x chromosome inactivation. techniques: crispr, fish, qPCR, facs, mouse embryonic stem Cell Culture, cloning supervision of 3 master students PhD project: Department of developmental biology, Erasmus MC Rotterdam Understanding the molecular mechanism of X chromosome inactivation. Techniques: CRISPR, FISH, QPCR, FACs, mouse embryonic stem cell culture, cloning Supervision of 3 Master students

Past Experience

  • Msc internships

    September 2009 --- September 2011
    september 2010 - august 2011 internship: department of reproduction and development, erasmus mc rotterdam - identification of novel activators involved in x chromosome inactivation - use of different cloning techniques using bacs and mouse embryonic Stem Cells october 2009 - july 2010 internship: department of Cell biology, erasmus mc rotterdam - identifying the role of lgi4 in the development of the gut and intestinal Stem Cells - use of techniques such as Immunohistochemistry and Western Blotting

  • Intern

    January 2009 --- June 2009
    internship: Food & biobased Research department, wageningen ur involved in an international project (hyvolution) to optimize hydrogen production of c.saccharolyticus cultured in different Food waste products. techniques: anaerobic cultivation of batch- and continuous Fermentation and HPLC

  • Intern

    September 2008 --- January 2009
    internship: han biocentre, nijmegen design of a Gene expression system for filamentous fungi (aspergillus). techniques: site directed mutagenesis and culturing of filamentous fungi supervision of a master Student


LinkedIn Assessment :
Geneticsmolecular biologyLifesciencesBioinformaticsqPCRCell biologyGenomicsCell CulturePCRDNACancerMolecular geneticsscienceWestern BlottingBiochemistryCellMicroscopyELISAMicrobiologyBiotechnologyChromatographyEpidemiologyImmunohistochemistrySequencingLife SciencesResearchStem CellsReal-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (qPCR)


  • Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Molecular Medicine from Erasmus University Rotterdam in 2011
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) in Life Sciences from Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen in 2009

Area / Region

London, United Kingdom


Driving License
  • No

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