Lorina supports the EU Affairs Manager with the management of ECPC projects, primarily the “Cancer Related Complications and Comorbidities Initiative” project, all the while establishing and maintaining relationships with Initiative Members and other ECPC stakeholders.
Lorina holds a Bachelor’s in “European Public Health” and a Master’s in “Healthcare Policy, Innovation and Management”, both obtained at Maastricht University.
She has previous internship experiences, one of which at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, where she worked on various Cancer and Personalised Medicine projects.
The scope for action against cancer is immense, and I would like to contribute to bridging the gaps.
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