My profession is a journey of lifelong learning and allows me to continually grow through self-development and persistent education. I have consistently sought new challenges and that is evidenced by my decision to participate in the Pharmaceutical Policy and Regulation PhD programme.
Education and experience:
I am a Pharmacy graduate who is currently working as a Policy Officer at the European Commission in the Directorate General for Health and Food Safety in the Unit responsible for medicines: policy, authorization and monitoring.
Title PhD project:
PhD project description:
Antimicrobial resistance is a threat that needs to be tackle from various dimensions. My research will focus on analyzing regulatory activities in order to assess their effectiveness in tackling antimicrobial resistance.
Teammembers and other people involved:
Prof. dr. Bert Leufkens, Dr. Marcel Kwa, Helga Gardarsdottir
“Cross Border Health Threats” European Health Parliament
“Economic Incentives for Antimicrobial Therapy Development: Summary from the Transatlantic Task Force on Antimicrobial Resistance”