I started studying Biomedical Sciences at Ghent University in 2012. It started for me as a way to understand the complexity of our own body and our genome. I found my real fascination working in the lab during my master thesis: wet lab experiments. As a master student, I did a lot of work in the lab concerning prostate cancer. As a PhD student, I am now happy to combine wet lab experiments about CRISPRi and asthma, with reading, writing, and data analysis.


  • Non-coding RNA
  • Cancer
  • asthma and COPD


  • Bachelor in Biomedical Sciences, 2015

    Ghent University

  • Master in Biomedical Sciences (medical genetics), 2017

    Ghent University