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Expat Experiences > Luxembourg


S├ębastien De Landtsheer, Luxembourg

Posted by: Carole on Tuesday September 10, 2013 (07:40:55)   (2130 Reads)
S├ębastien De Landtsheer
Who are you?

I was born in Brussels in 1980. My interests converged to science during my teenage. Between astronomy, engineering, chemistry and many other disciplines, I finally chose to study pharmaceutical sciences. After failing the second year, I settled for a bachelor's degree in biology. My thirst for experience in research led me to try out different types of job, from hospital labs to university spin-offs to private companies. I like molecular biology, programming computers, and I love when these two interests meet. I am a musician, and I play drums and bass guitar whenever I can. I especially enjoy meeting new persons who make me change my mind about something, and night-long philosophical discussions with good friends.   more ...

Expat Experiences > Luxembourg


Sara Vernocchi, Luxembourg

Posted by: Carole on Thursday September 05, 2013 (20:31:22)   (3159 Reads)
Sara Vernocchi
Who are you?

I am a 29-year old girl from Italy. I grew up in Ferrara, a little city in the North-East of the country. Since childhood I have been always fascinated by the human body and science in general. My academic career started in my hometown with a bachelor in pharmaceutical biotechnologies and continued with a master degree in molecular biotechnologies at the University of Bologna. During my studies I had the opportunity to work in Cambridge (UK) for few months, my very first medium long stay abroad. At that time I thought it would be an isolated experience and my main goal was to learn English for a brighter future in science.   more ...

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