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Kerlijn Van Assche

Research scientist, PharmD

Kerlijn Van Assche joined the Medicine Quality Research Group as a research pharmacist in 2020. Currently, she does the maternity cover of Dr. Céline Caillet, providing day-to-day coordination of the group’s ongoing projects and guiding a group of research assistants.

There are several ways to fight against poor-quality medicines. The medicine quality research group of the MORU Tropical Health Network and the Infectious Diseases Data Observatory aims at sharing expertise and collating information to increase understanding of the prevalence and distribution of poor quality medicines around the world. The group encourages discussion of poor quality medicine epidemiology, detection and prevention, and aims to facilitate improvement in the quality of medicines that patients actually take. The group also advocates for more investment in the regulation of medicine distribution and treatment adherence and interventions to improve medicine quality.

Teams:  IDDO &  Medicine Quality 

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