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Motivated, flexible, reliable person with more than 8 years of experience in international Clinical Research as Project Manager and Proposal Manager. Ability to work under pressure and tight timelines with multifunctional and multicultural teams to deliver high quality work.




Current Experience

  • Proposal Manager - Clinical Research
    Since September 2012
    The Proposal Manager is responsible for providing and promoting excellence in Proposal service for the SGS Clinical Research Services. The role will involve coordinating with the Proposal Services, Account Managers and Operations teams to ensure that smart and effective proposal and contract systems are in place and that excellent documents are delivered.

Past Experience

  • Project Manager Biotechnology
    September 2011 --- August 2012
    The Project Manager Biotechnology is reponsible for: - Acting as the principal Customer's contact: a) for technical scientific advise with respect to start up (analysis of RFP: feasibility, technical specification, timelines, cost breakdown, risk analysis) and technology transfer projects b) for overall project development and reporting - Reviewing quotations (TAT, cost) - Providing leadership in the successful delivery of services - Overseeing & coordinating projects and deliverables - Mentoring and supporting project teams members - Facilitating cross-site and conflict & issue resolution - Driving project management process improvement initiatives - Ensuring compliance to applicable regulatory, legal and operational rules and procedures

  • CRA/RA associate Brussel, Belgique
    May 2011 --- August 2011

    Monitoring of investigational sites

    Preparation and submission of clinical trial applications

    Clinical contracts management with sites and investigators

  • Global Study Manager at GlaxoSmithKline
    March 2007 --- April 2011

    The Global Study Manager (GSM) is the key point of contact between the central functions and the local actors of the studies and coordinates the operational aspects of a clinical study from start to end, in compliance with ICH GCP guidelines and GSK policies/SOPs.

    I worked in the following therapeutoc areas:

    • Oncology (cervical cancer), phase I to phase III
    • Virology (influenza), phase III

    In the framework of this function I performed the following:

    • Management of national/international studies (more than 10 late phase studies)
    • Main contact for all operational/monitoring related issues between the central functions and the local actors (email, managing weekly conference call, status report)
    • Coordination of any operational aspects of a clinical study from start to end (vaccines and materials identification/reservation, samples tracking...)
    • Analyze and evaluate the feasibility and consequences of design proposed in regards to procedures, consult other departments (double blind lots…), other teams (DM, R&D) and with the countries for the monitoring
    • Contribution in countries’ selection (feasibility meeting with regional heads)
    • Review clinical protocol, ICF, CSR
    • Contribution in preparing study documents for submission of dossier for EC/CA
    • Create and ensure necessary specific user-guide is prepared on time (CRF completion guidelines, Investigator laboratory manual, Study monitoring guidelines...)
    • Ensure the sign-off of essential documents (protocol, CRF, ICF, CSR)
    • Propose, organize and lead monitors meeting (in China, Canada, UK, the Netherlands, Belgium), to transfer knowledge and study specific training in order to ensure the highest quality standards
    • Assess need for and propose co-monitoring visits in countries or do co-monitoring upon request
    • Regular control of trial milestones
    • Review and responses to the audit report
    • Coaching of junior GSMs
    • Reference person for management of big efficacy studies in cervical cancer GSM team
    • Responsible to attend CRO (clinical read out) meeting with R&D (discussion about samples testing and results release) on behalf of cervical cancer GSM team


  • S-IVRS Project Manager
    November 2006 --- March 2007
    The S-IVRS Project Manager is responsible for: - Coordinating project participants, having regard for planning, budget and standard procedures - Being main contact for client project leader - Performing regular check to guarantee the system is in perfect running conditions


Self Assessment :
Analytical thinkingCoordinationAssertivenessProblem solvingProactivityAdaptabilityCollaborationInterest in knowledgeSelf-disciplineIndependenceApproachabilityOptimismEfficiencySociabilityFlexibilityKindnessAttention to detailSelf-confidence


Self Assessment :
Clinical operationsClinical trial managementPhases of clinical development (phase I to IV)VaccinesoncologyInfectious diseasesCross-functional team leadershipMicrosoft ExcelGCPEnglishGood Clinical Practice (GCP)Monitoring Study ProgressElectronic Data Capture (EDC) Process improvementDrug development processBiological Drug DevelopmentClinical DevelopmentClinical monitoringClinical researchClinical Study DesignMolecular & Cellular BiologyClinical study reportsClinical trial budgetingCell CultureClinical trial designWestern BlottingCancerClinical trials
LinkedIn Assessment :
GCPBiotechnologyClinical trial managementCROVaccinesLife Sciences


  • Master in Applied Biology (cellular and molecular) from Facultés universitaires 'Notre-Dame de la Paix' in 2006
  • Master in Molecular & Cellular Biology from Université catholique de Louvain in 2005


BrightOwl Assessment:
Self Assessment:
Professional Proficiency
Elementary Proficiency

Work Preferences

  • Notice Period:
    10 weeks
  • Positions I am interested in:
    Clinical Project Manager (CPM) Clinical Project Leader Clinical Trial Manager
  • Locations I am interested in:
    Louvain, Belgique Wavre, Belgique
  • Work From Home:
    Yes, 0 to 1 days per week
  • Work Regime:
    Permanent position :    80%-100% FTE
  • International:

Area / Region

Grez-Doiceau, Belgique


Driving License
  • Yes