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Part I: Personalia First Name: Kristel Place of birth, Date: Dendermonde, 3 June 1969 Address

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Participation to scientific groups or organizations


Membership of scientific organizations


  • Member of the International Biometrics Society (IBS)

  • Elected board member of the Belgian Statistical Society (SBS-BVS) (since 2007)

  • Ambassador for Belgium & member of the International Genetic Epidemiology Society (IGES)

  • Member of the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG)

  • Member of the Statistical Modeling Society (SMS)

  • Member of the European Society of Human Genetics (ESHG)



Participation in committees with respect to research
In 2010


  • IGES ambassador for Belgium

  • Elected board member of the Belgian Statistical Society

  • Programme committee of ISMB2010

  • FWO interdisciplinary expert panel (since 1 Jan 2010)

  • Organising committee: short course and mini-conference in Liège “Capital selecta in complex disease analysis”

  • Participation in the Spanish Biostatical Network an opportunity given by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation.

  • Participation in the Harvard alumni scientific network.

  • Participation in the Statistical Analysis Group of the International Genetics IBD Consortium

  • Initiator of the Statistical Genetics Research Club, which aims to bring together people from different backgrounds, within Life Sciences, so as to stimulate discussions and provide a nutrient pool for growing novel and cutting-edge ideas in the field if statistical genetics and beyond.

  • Scientific committee of 18the Annual Meeting of the Belgian Statistical Society (BSS)



In 2009


  • IGES ambassador for Belgium

  • Elected board member of the Belgian Statistical Society

  • FRIA jury mathematics (2009)

  • Organising committee: BBC09

  • Programme committee and chair 18th annual Belgian-Dutch Conference on Machine Learning: BENELEARN 2009

  • Organising committee: BBC09



In 2008


  • IGES ambassador for Belgium

  • Elected board member of the Belgian Statistical Society

  • Organising committee: short course and mini-conference in Liège “Aspects in statistical genetics” (2008)

  • Committee member of ‘commission charge par la Faculté d’examiner les candidatures à un poste académique dans la domaine des méthodes computationnelles pour la biologie systémique’

  • Programme committees:

  • Second International Workshop on Machine Learning in Systems Biology, MLSB08, Brussels (Belgium)

  • ECCB08, Cagliari – Sardinia (Italy)

  • 17th annual Belgian-Dutch Conference on Machine Learning: BENELEARN 2008, Spa (Belgium)

  • Steering committee member: ERBM workshop (Electronic Recognition of Bio-Molecules) Liège, Belgium



Prior to 2008 (selection)


  • Elected board member of the Belgian Statistical Society (since 2007)

  • SBS/BVS Meeting 2002 – member of the scientific committee

  • Member of the user committee for the project: “Het biotechnologisch
    potentieel in Belgium” (2000-2003) - DWTC (federale diensten wetenschapsbeleid) / IWT.



Ongoing participation in task forces or follow-up meetings with respect to research


  • Member of the Interuniversity Attraction Pole (IAP – Phase VI/4): BioMAGNet on Bioinformatics and Modelling – from Genomes to Networks (2008-)

  • Member of the IST Programme of the European Community, under the PASCAL2 Network of Excellence Pattern Analysis, Statistical Modelling and Computational Learning, IST-2007-216886 (2008-)

  • Member of the Interuniversity Attraction Pole (IAP – Phase VI): Statistical analysis of association and dependence in complex data (2007)

  • Member of the Interuniversity Attraction Pole (IAP – Phase V): Statistical analysis of association and dependence in complex data (2006)





  1. Obtained grants / scientific contracts


Obtained or under submission


Year of Submission

Type

Title / Description

Function

Funding

Status

2011

G.0444.12




Promotor: Joost Weyler




Not accepted

2011

G.0612.12




Promotor: Martine Thomis




Not accepted

2011

FP7-PEOPLE-2011- Marie Curie Initial Training Network

Machine Learning for Personalized Medicine

Partner (representing ULg)
Promotor: Karsten Borgwardt, Max Planck, Tübingen, Germany)

Phd student exchange within the consortium

Pending

2011

FP7-PEOPLE-2011-IAPP

CardiomiR: Development of microRNA Medicines for Cardiac Metabolic Diseases; A Targeted European Exchange Programme

Partner (team member /ULg Promotor: L Wehenkel) – initiator of collaborative agreement between UMaastricht en ULg

Exchange of post-doctoral student within the consortium

Pending

2011

International IBD Genetics Consortium Project Proposal

Epistasis detection

Promotor

None: free and unlimited data access, within the existing contract

Pending

2011

International IBD Genetics Consortium Project Proposal

Reclassification of Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis based on genetic marker data

Promotor

None: free and unlimited data access, within the existing contract

Pending



















2010

FNRS projet de recherche 1

Random Rotations in the Epistatic Jungle

Promotor

Post-doc and functioning

Not accepted

2010

FNRS projet de recherche 2

Integrated complex traits epistasis kit

Promotor

Post-doc (2 years), doctoral student (4 years), and functioning
Equipment: 68000 EURO

Functioning:

30000 EURO


Accepted

2010

FP7-ICT-2009-6


VIP: Virtual Intensive care Patient

Partner (representing ULg)
Promotor: Jan Ramon, KUL, Leuven, Belgium)

Staff and functioning
(Prime Horizon granted: 1673,91 EURO)

Not accepted

2010

Mandat de post-doctorat à l’ULg pour chercheur étranger

Associations génétique des taux d’IgE dans des échantillons de populations et de familles mis en commun.

Group Leader


Post-doc

Accepted

2010

WTCCC

Development and application of multi-locus methods, and gene-gene and gene-environment interaction strategies, to detect multiple causal variants for a variety of complex phenotypes.

Promotor

None: free and unlimited data access, within the existing contract

Accepted

2010

dbGap #5925-1


POPRES: Population Reference Sample

Partipant sets: General Research Use (GRU)

Data sets

Participant sets




Promotor

None: free and unlimited data access, within the existing contract

Accepted

2010

dbGap #5926-1


A Genome Wide Scan of Lung Cancer and Smoking

Participant sets: Cancer and other diseases in adults only (PLCO)




Promotor

None: free and unlimited data access, within the existing contract

Accepted

2010

dbGap #5927-1


Pancreatic Cancer Cohort Consortium (PanScan)

Participant sets: Research related to adult disedases and methods (CADM)




Promotor

None: free and unlimited data access

Accepted

2010

FWO onderzoeksproject

Role of copy number and SNP variation in human physical fitness

Co-promotor
(Promotor: Greet Van Den Berghe, UZ Gasthuisberg, Leuven, Belgium)

KUL staff member under my supervision

Not accepted

2010

FWO onderzoeksproject

Disturbances in energy metabolism and the control of inflammatory responses in critical illness: role of genetic predisposition

Co-promotor
(Promotor: Martine Thomis, KUL, Leuven, Belgium)

KUL staff member under my supervision

Not accepted

2010

FWO onderzoeksproject

Epidemiological, immunological, pneumological, and genetic valorisation of a birth cohort

on asthma and allergy in Flanders (PIPO)



Co-promotor
(Promotor: Joost Weyler, UA, Antwerp, Belgium)

UA staff member under my supervision

Not accepted

2009

FP7-HEALTH-2009-2.1.1-3

DISCOVARY: Discovering variation in healthy individuals and patients with developmental anomalies in Europe

Co-promotor
(Promotor: Joris Vermeersch, KUL, Leuven, Belgium)

Personnel
(Prime Horizon granted: 1673,91 EURO)

Full project proposal: not accepted


2009

ARC2010

Strategies with medical applications for the identification of gene-gene and gene-environment interactions and multiple causal variants with complex phenotypes.

Promotor

1 250 000 EURO

Not accepted in last round

2009

dbGap #4361-1

SNP Health Association Resource (SHaRe) Asthma Resource Project (SHARP)

Asthma-Related Research



Promotor

None: free and unlimited data access, within the existing contract

Accepted
(#4361-2 to extend the contract to additional members of Montefiore and GIGA-R: accepted)

2007

Crédit de démarrage R.CFRA.0141

Association génétique des taux d’IgE spécifiques totaux et sériques dans des échantillons de populations caucasiennes et de familles mis en commun

Principal Investigator

88 000 EURO

Accepted

2007

Beques de recerca per a professors/res i investigadors/res visitants a catalunya (piv 2007) - núm. expedient: 2007 piv 10018

Strategies for the identification of genetic variability associated with complex phenotypes.

Host Institute: University of Vic, Spain

2 250 EURO / month

Accepted

(Only 3 out of 4 months were taken up, in order to be able to fullfill the new commitments made at ULg)



2007

FWO onderzoeksproject G.0.410.08.N.10

Development of prevalence and determinants of asthma, COPD and allergies among adults in Flanders ; a follow-up study of the European Community Respiratory Health Survey (ECRHS)

Co-promotor
(Promotor: Joost Weyler, UA, Antwerp, Belgium)

2008: 27000 EURO

2009: 22000 EURO

2010: 22000 EURO

2011: 10000 EURO



Accepted




Under construction


Year of Submission

Type

Title / Description

Function

Funding

Status



















2011

NIH Grant

Staphylococcus aureus enterotoxin IgE in severe asthma (SAISA)

Partner

TBA

Project proposal in preparation

2011

EU Framework Program

COMed : Consortium on OMics for Medicine

Coordinator

TBA

Consortium has been established
Lobbying ongoing

2011

Broad Medical Research Program Inflammatory Bowel Disease Grants

Provisional title: An integrated view on inflammatory bowel disease risk profiling

Promotor

TBA

In progress
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  • Obtained grants / scientific contracts

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