Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Immunology, Life Sciences, Medical Biology, Molecular Biology
Before starting at Arnold & Siedsma in Hasselt, Bram conducted research in a European financed health study where he established the outlines. He studied how air pollution affects the molecular mechanisms that are the basis for developing cardio and respiratory diseases. In 2012, he was awarded the Pfizer Young Investigator Award, which led to numerous national and international collaborations that included Harvard University, Newcastle University and Helmholtz Zentrum in Munich.
Bram has immense experience in the field of molecular biology (biomarkers, genomics up to metabolomics), molecular diagnostics, epidemiology, medical and bio-medical imaging as well as biostatistics and bioinformatics. He is always pleased to share his knowledge in the Life Sciences sector with others.
With his eye for detail, critical view of matters and affinity for organising, he delves deeply and goal-oriented in a project. His multidisciplinary and international background has made him a strong figure in terms of content and communication, enabling him to advice clients in the best possible and most clear manner.
Sincere, critical, team player.