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III.4. Additional competences



  1. Competence 1: Organizational talent



Organization of conferences, study days, work shops
E.g.

  • Capita Selecta of Complex Disease Analysis: biennuel mini-conference with workshops and short courses, since 2010, to stimulate interdisciplinary collaborations in statistical genetics (in joint collaboration with UA, KUL, ULB; main responsible: K Van Steen).

  • Statistical Genetics Research Clubs to stimulate exchange of ideas and to enhance

multi-disciplinary collaborations in Belgium, since 2008 (in close collaboration with the “complex genetics core facility” at the University of Leuven).

  • Short course on family based association testing 2006 (lectors: N Laird, C Lange, K Van Steen; tutorial responsible: A Murphy) – responsible organizer.

  • Advanced Course in Linkage Analysis 2002 (lectors: J Terwilliger, J Blangero, L Almassy) – responsible organizer.

  • European Mathematical Genetics Meeting (EMGM) 2000 – member of the organizing committee.



  1. Competence 2: Team spirit


Scientific consulting ULg (2008-present)


Contact

Institution

Start

Topic

Status
















Eric Salmon

Cyclotron and memory centre – CHU, Liège

2011

The genetics of Alzheimer’s disease

Start-up after Easter (project reflected in proposal for Jean-Charles Lambert from Lille, France)

Fréderic Farnir and Tom Druet

GIGA-R

2010

Genomic selection models for complex diseases in humans

Ongoing

Liesbet Geris

ULg - Département d'aérospatiale et mécanique

2010

Adoption of partial least squares approaches in bone tissue engineering

Ongoing

Damien Ernst

ULg – Institut Montefiore

2010

Random Rotations to find your way in the Random Jungle

Ideas reflected in: FNRS projet call “juin 2010”

Edouard Louis

ULg - Département des sciences cliniques

2010

Genetics of inflammatory bowel disease in the light of the International IBD Genetics Consortium

First contacts made. Follow-up meeting in summer to find synergetic opportunities for collaboration

Michel Georges

ULg - Département de productions animales  /  GIGA-R : Génomique animale

2010

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

Intent of collaboration reflected in ARC2010 (LOI: accepted; acceptence full application: not accepted in last round)

Vincent Bours

ULg - Département des sciences biomédicales et précliniques  /  GIGA-R : Génétique générale et humaine

2010

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


Intent of collaboration reflected in ARC2010 (LOI: accepted; acceptence full application: not accepted in last round)



Scientific consulting for other Belgian instutes


Contact

Institution

Start

Topic

Status

Paper(s)

Yvan Vandenplas

Univerisitair Kinderziekenhuis Brussel - Belgium

2010

Domperidone study

ongoing




Gigi Veereman

BESPGHAN

(Belgian Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition)



2010

Belgian Pediatric data base statistical analysis

ongoing
paid consult

x

Christine Breynaert

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2010

Tolaribility of shortened infliximab infusion times

ongoing

x

David Drobne

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2010

Infliximab combo project

ongoing




Christoph Metalidis


UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2010

Genetic association studies with clinical and histological outcomes in nephrology


ongoing




Liesbeth Viaene

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2010

Long-term evolution of serum and urine parameters for patients in peritoneal dialysis

ongoing




Hilde Peeters

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2010

Suitable family-based association screening techniques

ongoing




Greet Van Den Berghe

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2010

Disturbances in energy metabolism and the control of inflammatory responses in critical illness: role of genetic predisposition
Mitochondrial DNA analyses for subgroup identification

ongoing




Sylvie Seeuws

UZ Gent - Belgium

2010

Pros and cons of WHAP analysis

finished




Hans Vermeesch

UZ Gent - Belgium

2009

Dealing with X-inactivation in genetic

finished




JM Kaufman

UZ Gent - Belgium

2009

Follow-up on genetic screening for osteoporosis in men; confirmation sought in Swedish population

ongoing




Vanessa Vermeirssen

VIB UG - Belgium

2009

Converting learning module networks for microarray expression data to general human complex disease applications

ongoing




Lotte Moens

VIB UA - Belgium

2009

X-MDR epistasis screening and interaction graphs

finished

x

Nathalie Vermeulen

UZ Gasthuisberg - Belgium

2009

Protoarray data analysis

finished

x

Philip Gevaert

UZ Gent - Belgium

2008

Anti-IL5 analysis

final stage

x

Claus Bachert

UZ Gent - Belgium

2008

IgE association study

ongoing

x

Nicholas Van Bruaene

UZ Gent - Belgium

2008

Sinusitis cohort sampling design and

analysis


finished
ongoing




Daan De Maeseneer / Simon Van Belle

UZ Gent – Belgium

2008

Data base construction of national breast cancer data
Quality of Life analysis in breast cancer patients

finished

x

Filomeen Haerynck

UZ Gent – Belgium

2008

Extensive genetic analysis on pseudonoma:

main effects and interaction analyses



finished


ongoing

x


Maaike Alaerts

VIB UA – Belgium

2008

FBAT analysis and X-MDR epistasis screening

finished

x

Ingrid Arijs

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2008

Support in statistical analysis of microarray data in inflammatory bowel disease patients

finished

x

Isabelle Cleynen

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2008

Epistasis and multi-locus analysis in Crohn’s disease
The power of the X-chromosome (former contact person Isabel Verstreken)

ongoing

start-up





Herma Fidder

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2008

Immortal time bias

finished

x

Matthias Jürgens

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2008

CRP profile analysis

finished

x

Liesbet Henckaerts

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2007

Genetic risk profiling and prediction of disease course in Crohns disease patients

finished

x

Marc Ferrante

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2007

Serological marker in inflammatory bowel disease

finished

x

Marie Joossens

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2006

Bacterial gut flora: analysis

finished

x

Johannes Ruige

UZ Gent - Belgium

2006

Genetic association study for type I diabetes

finished




Patricia Crabbe

UZ Gent - Belgium

2006

Optimal marker selection for genetic association studies in families

finished




Mario Van Poucke

UG – Belgium

2006

PNRP polymorphisms associated with PRNP mRNA expression in blood in Belgian sheep population

finished




Sofie Bekaert

Bioscope-IT/ UG, Belgium

2006

Experimental designs and formulation of requirements to set up a biostatistical platform service bridging university and university hospital

finished




Youri Taes

UZ Gent – Belgium

2005

Variance components analysis of SIBLOS data

finished

x

Jacques Vanobbergen

UZ Gent – Belgium

2005

Oral hygiene of elderly people in long-term care institutions

finished




Jan Hellemans

UZ Gent – Belgium

2005

Statistical approaches to laboratory callibration problems

finished




Sofie Joossens

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2005

Month of birth and Crohn’s disease

finished

x

Marieke Pierik

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium (currently in Maastricht University)

2004

How to make sense of mixed families when inflammatory bowel disease is involved?

finished

x

Sofie Joossens

UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium

2004

Pancreatic autoantibodies in inflammatory bowel disease

finished

x

Liesbeth Bruckers (former co-coordinator consult UHasselt)

TIBOTEC-VIRCO
HIS

DWTC

OECD


2000-2003

HIV longitudinal analysis

Evaluation of the Belgian Health Interview Survey 1997


New sampling strategies for health surveys and non-response analysis
Belgian statistical representative; mapping biotech activities in Belgium in order to provide suggestions for governmental policy makers


finished

finished

finished

finished


























Legend: x = paper available or in writing phase

Scientific consulting other countries


Contact

Institution

Start

Topic

Status

Papers

Country

Jean-Charles Lambert

Institut Pasteur de Lille

2011

GWA epistasis screening in Alzheimer’s patients

Start-up in April 2011




France

Olga Savenije

University Medical Center Groningen – The Netherlands

2010

Epistasis analysis on latent class membership categorical variables using MB-MDR methodology

ongoing

x

The Netherlands

Matthias Riemenschneider

Universitätsklinikum des Saarlandes

2010

Family-based association testing of mental health-related phenotypes

First contacts made




Germany

Thomas Ochsenkühn

Klinikum Großhadern, Munich

2010

Retrospective cohort analysis on the effects and side effects of immunomodulator therapy in the context of inflammatory bowel disease

paid consult





Germany
(K Van Steen invited as principal statistician of the study)

Lude Franke

University Medical Center Groningen

2009

Application of MB-MDR to expression trait values

ongoing




The Netherlands

Harold Snieder

University Medical Center Groningen – The Netherlands

2008

Statistical analysis of genetic data in twins using FBAT and MDR methodology

ongoing

x

The Netherlands

Fabian Schnitzler

Klinikum Grosshadern, Munich, Germany

(formerly: UZ Gasthuisberg – Belgium)



2008

Pregnancy and the effect of IBD treatment regimens

finished

x

Germany

























Legend: x = paper available or in writing phase

Social service / Consulting (< 2005)
E.g,

  • ZOL: multivariate data analyses

  • TIBOTEC –VIRCO: HIV longitudinal data analysis

  • OESO /OECD: Mapping biotech activities in Belgium to adjust current policies

  • HIS: Evaluation of the Health Interview Survey 1997

      1. DWTC: Non-response analysis and new sampling strategies

      2. ...



  1. Competence 3: Networking


Personally established network



Contact

Institution

Start

Topic

Additional info

Country



















Inside Europe

Margo Hagendorens

University of Antwerp

2011

Kindergen. & neonatologie




Belgium

Marc Zabeau

UGent Tech Transfer

2010

Integration of biological network approaches

General Manager

Belgium

Joost Weyler

University of Antwerp

2010

Epidemiology of asthma




Belgium

Yves vande Peer

VIB UG

2009

Integrating bioinformatics interaction tools to detect epistasis in predictive models




Belgium

Geoffrey Henno

Per4mant Solutions

2009

Sales activities for Life Science supply and service companies, catalyzing the exchange of knowledge, ideas and technological expertise.

General Manager

Belgium

Guy Van Camp

University of Antwerp, Belgium

2009

CIDR grant on Genome-wide Association Analysis of otosclerose




Belgium

Wouter Van Gool

VIB RUG, Ghent

2008

Introduction of Statistical Genetics approaches in emerging technologies of life sciences

Integration Manager VIB

Belgium

Gert De Cooman

SYSTeMS research group RUG, Ghent

2008

Probabilistic modelling versus imprecise probability modelling: pros and cons in genetic screening




Belgium

Claus Bachert

University Hospital Ghent

2005

Common and differential properties of upper and lower airways disorders, in different ethnic groups

Preparation to NIH grant applications (e.g., in collaboration with Dr De Yun – University of Singapore)

Belgium

Séverine Vermeire / Paul Rutgeerts

UZ Gasthuis-berg,

Leuven


2000

Real-life data problems leading to biometric applications and methodological developments in the context of IBD

Gateway to the International IBD Genetics Consortium

Belgium

Bob Vlietinck

KUL, Leuven

1999

Statistical Genetics and Complex Disease Analysis

Professeur émérite

Belgium

Andrew Bottomley

E.O.R.T.C. (European Organisa-tion for Research and Treatment of Cancer) Brussels

1998

Quality of Life data in oncoloy




Belgium

Philippe Lambin

Maastricht University

2010

Applications in cardiovascular disease

Medical Director of the MAASTRO CLINIC

The Netherlands

Paul Volders

Maastricht University

2010

Synergy between the mathematical and clinical aspects of cardiovascular systems biology

Elected Working Group Representative at the ESC Council on Basic Cardiovascular Science.

The Netherlands

Ronald Westra

Maastricht University

2010

Setting up exchange program in bioinformatics (First meeting: 11/6/2010 in Maastricht)



Leader Biomathematics & Bioinformatics DKE-Mathematics

The Netherlands

Olga Savenije

University Medical Center Groningen

2010

Epistasis analysis on latent class membership in asthmatics

Gateway to PIAMA Study data

The Netherlands

Marieke Pierik

Maastricht University

2009

Genetics of inflammatory bowel disease




The Netherlands

Andrew Stubbs

Erasmus MC Rotterdam

2009

Data analysis of alternative splicing microarrays
Interpretation and analysis of exon array analysis




The Netherlands

Lude Franke

University Medical Center Groningen

2009

Integrated analysis
Co-expression networks




The Netherlands

Aaron Isaacs

Erasmus MC Rotterdam

2008

Co-author on text book “A Roadmap to Genetic Association Studies: A user-oriented approach”




The Netherlands

Harold Snieder

University Medical Center Groningen

2008

Statistical analysis of genetic data in twins




The Netherlands



















Clara Elbers

University Medical Center Utrecht

2007

Genome-wide pathway analyis for complex disease analysis




The Netherlands

Siem Heisterkamp

RUG University of Groningen

2006

Pharmacogenomics

Senior Principal Statistician at Organon/part of Schering Plough Research Institute, Department of Research and Quantitative Sciences

The Netherlands

Yurii Aulchencko

Erasmus MC Rotterdam

2005

Family-based genetic association screening







Peter van der Spek

Erasmus MC Rotterdam

2002

Bioinformatics in Medicine

Head of Bioinformatics Department and founder of the Organon bioinformatics group

The Netherlands

Giovanni Malerba

University Verona

2008

IgE in Verona families

Gateway to GEIRD study (PI: Roberto De Marco)

Italy

Giovanna Albertini

University Bologna

2008

IgE in Coner Study Bologna




Italy

Fabio Efficace

Mediterranean Institute of Hematology, Rome

2004

Quality of Life




Italy

Guadalupe Gómez Melis

UPC (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya) Barcelona

2009

Erasmus exchange program with Montefiore
Spanish Biostatistical Network

Bilateral AGREEMENT between UPC and ULg for the academic years 2008-2013

Lifelong Learning programme: ERASMUS (signed in 2009)



Spain

Nuria Malats

CNIO (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas) Madrid

2006

Association tests and software for CNV analysis
MB-MDR bladder cancer proof of concept
Testing LeMoNe on bladder cancer data

EU FP COMed consortium core member

Spain

Malu Calle

University of Vic, Vic

2006

Biostatistical statistical genetics: developments of MDR based methodologies
Erasmus exchange program with Montefiore

Bilateral AGREEMENT between University of Vic and ULg for the academic years 2008-2013

Lifelong Learning programme: ERASMUS (signed in 2009)



Spain

Manolis Kogevinas

Institut Municipal d'Investigació Mèdica (IMIM-Hospital del Mar), Barcelona

2006

Genetics and epidemiology of asthma related phenotypes: data mining

Gateway to ECRHS and SAPALDIA studies

Spain

Nuria Perez

Fundacio de Lluita contra la SIDA / Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona

2005

Practical and theoretical concerns related to data below detection limits




Spain

Ivo Gut

Centre Nacional de Análisis Genómico, Barcelona

2010

Liaison activities between Barcelona (Spain) and Paris (France)

EU FP COMed consortium core member

Spain

Jean-Charles Lambert

Institut Pasteur de Lille

2011

Genetics of Alzheimer’s disease: in search for evidence of epistasis




France

Sophie Lebre

INSERM UMR 915

2009

Inferring changes in regulartory network structures from gene expression data




France

Florence Demenais

INSERM U794

2005

An integrated view on how to make sense of GWAs

Gateway to GABRIEL consortium
EU FP COMed consortium core member

France

Marek Kowalski

Medical University of Lodz

2007

Genetics of IgE using family-based design

GA2LEN partner and data provider

Poland

Chris Haley

MRC Human Genetics

2009

Getting ready for genomewide epistatic association screening

EU FP COMed consortium core member
Joint efforts on raising funds for extensive collaboration between MRC and Ulg on epistasis

UK

Madan Babu

University of Cambridge

2009

Structural alterations and single nucleotide changes to better understand epistatic events




UK

Petra Wark

Imperial College (former University of Wageningen in the Netherlands)

2001

Addressing different aspects of the relationship between risk factors and molecular alterations in tumour tissue: multivariate and hierarchical latent variable models




UK

Thomas Ochsenkühn

Klinikum Großhadern Munich

2010

Inflammatory bowel disease

Assistent des Ärztlichen Direktors

Germany

Andreas Ziegler

Universitaet zu Luebeck

2009

Statistical approaches to genetic epidemiology

EU FP COMed consortium core member

Germany

Bertram Müller-Myhsok

Max-Planck-Institute of Psychiatry, Munich

2009

Computational complexity issues of whole-genome analysis of epistasis




Germany

Stephan Weidinger

Technische Universitaet Muenchen

2009

Optimal strategies for GWAs and allergy related phenotypes

Gateway to CORA study

Germany

Anne-Laure Boulesteix

University of Munich (formerly: Sylvia Lawry Centre for MS Research)

2008

SNP-SNP interactions in genome-wide association studies
Handling rare variants in genetic association screening or disease prediction / random forests for correlated data (2010)




Germany

Michael Rossbach

University of Bonn

2004

Integrating stem cell knowledge in disentangling the genetic basis of human complex diseases

EU FP COMed consortium core member

Germany

Murielle Bochud

Swiss School of Public Health, University of Lausanne

2006

Genetic epidemiology of cardiovascular risk factors




Switzerland

Erik Melen

Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm


2005

Evaluation of powerful methodologies to detect gene-gene interactions using asthma-related phenotypes

Gateway to BAMSE study

Sweden

Juni Palmgren

Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet




PHOEBE Biobanking in Europe
Platform initiation

Director of the Wallenberg Consortium North (WCN) Bioinformatics platform.

Sweden



















Outside Europe

Peter Kraft

HSPH -Harvard University

2010

Gene-environment interactions (collaborative methodological effort with key players in and outside Europe)

Department of Epidemiology

USA

Channing Laboratory

Harvard Medical School – Harvard University

2010

Pharmacogenetics


Effects of endotoxins and fungi on asthma
MB-MDR asthma related phenotypes using a variety of cis- and trans-variants

Contact persons:

Kelan Tantisira


Gus Litonjua

Benjamin Raby



USA

HSPH Alums Network

Harvard University

2009




Initiative of the Harvard School of Public Health Postdoctoral Association (PDA) about creating a net-work of former HSPH postdoc-toral researchers

USA

Winston Hide

HSPH, Harvard University

2009

Biological network systems

Second affiliation: SA National Bioinformatics Insitute, University of Western Cape near Cape Town, South Africa

USA

Chris Huttenhouwer

HSPH, Harvard University

2009

Computational Biology and Bioinformatics for large collections of genomic data




USA

Marylyn Ritchie

Vanderbilt University

2008

MDR and MB-MDR developments



Envisaged to exchange post-docs in the future (first visitor arriving in June 2010)

USA

Fernando Martinez

Arizona Respiratory Center, University of Arizona, Tuscon

2008

Clinical interpretation on asthma data from 3 networks: CAMP, CARE and ACRN
Epistasis screening on aforementioned Share Consortium data

Gateway to dbGaP SNP Health Association Resource (SHARe) Asthma Resource Project (SHARP)

[request #4361-1 approved: 2009]



USA

Todd Edwards

Vanderbilt University (formerly Miami Institute of Human Genomics)

2008

MDR extensions

Gateway to AFDS (Amish Family Diabetes Study) data
Gateway to Parkinson’s disease data

USA

Benjamin Raby

HMS, Harvard University

2003

CAMP: Childhood Asthma Management Program

Longitudinal measures of asthma phenotypes

USA




6th Framework European Programme: Network of Excellence GA2LEN
My position in the European Network GA2LEN has allowed me to obtain a better view on the general functioning of networks on an international scale, on European regulations, on the different layers of a network, on why every single unit within a network is important in order to guarantee a global success.
My responsibilities during the period 2005-2007:


  • Specific management activities as a project manager for the University Ghent (e.g, managing official incoming and outgoing documents and contracts, Figure 1)




  • Involvement in global non-scientific work packages such as structural integration, training and education, exchange programs, …




  • Involvement in scientific work packages, offering statistical insights and expertise


Claus Bachert (work package leader)(Belgium)

Involvement includes:



  • Draft project proposals for GA2LEN sustainability:

  • FP7 (European 7th Framework Programme)

  • Crédit de démarrage ULg: R.CFRA.0141

  • Assistance in questionnaire development issues based on experience at the EORTC (European Organization of Research and Treatment of Cancer) data management center


Thomas Keil (work package member )(Germany)

Involvement includes:



  • Honorary researcher in (bio-)statistics (the analysis of multi-center cohort data)

  • Active participation in WP 1.5 research meetings

Francine Kaufman (work package leader)(France)

Involvement includes:



  • Participation in meetings on “severe asthma”

  • Honorary researcher in genetic linkage and association analysis

  • Discussion meetings with Prof. Florence Demenais (INSERM, France) on how to move forward the field of genetic epidemiology


Manolis Kogevinas (team leader)(Spain)

Involvement includes:



  • Honorary researcher in genetic association analysis:

  • co-author of submitted publication

  • research stays to assist in data analysis

  • jointly developing gene-gene interaction methodology

  • jointly developing strategies to deal with informative missing marker information


Marek Kowalski (team leader)(Poland)

Involvement includes:



  • Setting up a collaborative effort to use family-based genetic association tests on multiple IgE measurements (Crédit de demurrage ULg: R.CFRA.0141)

.

Figuur 1: Managementstructure in the GA2LEN consortium






  1. Competence 4: “Woman of enterprise”


Founding a new SME


  • I was co-founder, co-owner and scientific director of the SME StepGen, cvba, from January 2006 till January 2009. During this period, StepGen was acknowledged as a spin-off of the Ghent University and as an official Collaborating Centre to GA2LEN.

  • In the meantime the first efforts are being made to set up a new company under the auspices of ULg: the consultancy charter which serves as a basis can be downloaded from www.montefiore.ulg.ac/~kvansteen.



  1. Competence 5: Critical attitude


Referee jobs for:


  • American Journal of Human Genetics

  • American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

  • American Journal of Epidemiology

  • Applied Statistics.

  • Australian, New Zealand Journal of Statistics

  • Bioinformatics

  • Biometrical Journal

  • BMC Genetics

  • Briefings in Bioinformatics

  • Computer methods and programs in biomedicine

  • European Journal of Epidemiology

  • European Journal of Human Genetics

  • Human Genetics

  • Human Heredity

  • Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

  • Journal of clinical pathology and forensic medicine

  • New England Journal of Medicine

  • Nucleic Acids Research

  • Respiratory Medicine

  • Statistical Applications in Genetics and Molecular Biology Statistics in Medicine

Associate Editor of Statistics in Medicine – Statistical Genetics

Statistical consulting Editor of “Hypertension”

Editorial Associate for “The Handbook of Annotated Research Methods in Caribbean Research”

Editorial Board Member of “Allergy”

Referee jobs for funding agencies:


  • FWO Vlaanderen (Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek) / FNRS (Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique)

  • Admission to PhD or post-doc programs in Africa, Australia, Canada, Switzerland, UK

  • Pre-doctoral grants

  • Post-doctoral grants

  • Israel Science Foundation - grant proposal no 1190/06-75.6

  • Lectureship in Africa

  • “Prijs Ontwikkelingssamenwerking” (external academic referee)






  1. Competence 6: Communicative and listening comprehension

Apart from teaching and student coaching activities, I have made several contributions

to the dissemination of science, using different channels, including:


  • StepGen CVBA (as a member of BioFlanders).

  • UZ Ghent consultant (via a customer oriented approach highlighting the potential of available data).

  • BioScope-IT involvement (participation in work shops and bridging the gap between industry and academia).

  • GA2LEN (involvement in work package on dissemination).


III.5. Miscellaneous





  1. Computer skills:




  • Statistical / Computing environments: extensive use of SAS, SPlus and R, Gauss, FBAT and PBAT genetic software; STATA, SPSS, Genehunter, MEGA2 (Manipulation Environment for Genetic Analyses)

  • Computer languages: Pascal, Perl

  • Applications: LaTex, common Windows database, spreadsheet and presentation software

  • Operating systems: Windows, UNIX/Linux

  1. Beta Tester for software packages:




  • MDR-PDT

  • Golden Helix – PBAT modules

  1. Communication skills:

Languages (other than Dutch and English):


  • 3rd cycle educational training: Russian elementary knowledge, LBC-NVK Sint-Niklaas 1991-1993

  • French: 3rd language.

  • German: 4th language.



  1. Breaking down boundaries:



  • Since 2007 co-operator with the “DREAM” project to give Flemish schools and students the opportunity to get acquainted with ULg-life.

“Dream est un projet destiné aux jeunes de 16-19 ans et leurs professeurs. L’objectif est d’aider les jeunes à construire leur avenir professionel sur base de leurs talents, de leur passions ert de leur rêves. Car “la passion, c’est le plus beau mmétier du monde”! Le DREAM Day : une visite-rencontre entre jeunes et ‘témoins’ (des professionnels enthousiastes) sur leur lieu de travaille, en mars.”

(www.dreamday.be)





Professional evaluation based on the “Interpretation Manual for Communication Styles Technology” developed by Paul Mok, has revealed that I have developed a communication style which allows me to excel in:

  • planning,

  • scope development,

  • strategic thinking and planning,

  • creativity.


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  • Competence 2: Team spirit
  • Contact Institution Start Topic
  • Competence 3: Networking
  • Competence 4: “Woman of enterprise”
  • Competence 5: Critical attitude
  • Competence 6: Communicative and listening comprehension
  • III.5. Miscellaneous Computer skills
  • Beta Tester for software packages
  • Breaking down boundaries

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