dr. Meg van Bogaert
Meg van Bogaert was employed at QANU up to 2017 as project leader and coordinator research assessments. After completing her master's degree in Pharmacy, Meg went on to the postdoctoral training as pharmacist. After having worked for a short period as a clinical research pharmacist in a hospital, she started doing research at the Pharmaceutical Sciences Faculty in Utrecht. In 2006 she was awarded a doctorate in psychopharmacology with a thesis entitled: Predisposed to Anxiety: Involvement of 5-HT1A and GABAA receptors. Subsequently, she gained experience of the pharmaceutical industry as a regulatory affairs manager at a large, generic pharmaceutical manufacturer. She also worked as a project secretary at ZonMW, the Netherlands Organisation for Healthcare Research and Care Innovation, on the topics Alternatives to Animal Studies and System Biology. Meg Van Bogaert is research coordinator for QANU.