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Basic research related to the development of in vitro alternative methods:

  • Human liver-based in vitro models
  • Adult human skin-derived progenitor cells and their hepatic derivatives
  • DILI screening, including steatosis, phospholipidosis and acute liver failure
  • Flow cytometry-based high throughput screening of various hepatic cell models, for live/dead cell analysis, lipid and phospholipid accumulation
  • Microscopy-based high content analysis for lipid and mitochondrial deregulation analysis
  • Genotoxicant-specific qPCR array
  • Transcriptomics and metabolomics readouts and analysis
  • Risk assessment of consumer products

Education/Academic qualification

European Registered Toxicologist, Belgian Society of Toxicology

Award Date: 1 Jan 2010

Doctor in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Brussel


Award Date: 30 Sep 2000

Certificate of successful pass of the exam of the Safety Assessment of Cosmetics in the EU - Training Course, Vrije Universiteit Brussel


External positions

Member, Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) - DG SANCO


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