Rob AJ Schlooz BSc
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Financial and Administrative management of large European and National Research projects in the area of Toxicogenomics


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Rob Schlooz graduated in Business Economics in 2001 at the Hogeschool Zuyd. He has worked for a year at the administrative department of a hotel in Maastricht before choosing a career as accountant with Deloitte. During this time he also attended NIVRA-Nyenrode in order to complete his study for Registered Accountant (CPA). After a couple of years he switched jobs from Deloitte to Maastricht University and filled a position at the Administrative Service Centre. In February 2006 he successfully applied for the position of Project Administrator at the Department of Toxicogenomics (formerly GRAT). Currently, as Project Manager, he is involved in the management of 3 European Research projects (PHYTOME, HeCaToS and diXa) and several national projects of which NTC (Netherlands Toxicogenomics Centre) is the largest.

 

Associated Projects

BReIN - Brightlands e-Infrastructure for Neurohealth

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CEFIC LRI C4 – Towards the development of an omics data analysis framework (ODAF) for regulatory application

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EU FP7 - TransQST

Translational quantitative systems toxicology to improve the understanding of the safety of medicines More »

EU H2020 - EUToxRisk

Animal-free hazard and risk assessment of chemicals More »

EU H2020 - OpenRiskNet

Open e-Infrastructure to Support Data Sharing, Knowledge Integration and in silico Analysis and Modelling in Risk Assessment More »

H2020 SCREENED

SCREENED aims to develop three-dimensional (3D) cell-based in vitro tests to better characterize the effects of endocrine disruptors on thyroid gland function. More »

INTERREG VLA-NED Herinneringen

Towards an earlier diagnosis of Alzheimers Disease (AD) More »

MiFood - Personalized Nutrition

Evaluation of personalized preventive strategies based on synergistic effects between vioactive compounds present in fruits and vegetables More »

BE BASIC finalized

Biobased solutions for a sustainable society More »

CEFIC DECO finalized

Data-integration for Endpoints, Chemoinformatics and Omics More »

EU FP7 - Detective finalized

Detection of endpoints and biomarkers of repeated dose toxicity using in vitro systems More »

EU FP7 - diXa finalized

Data Infrastructure for Chemical Safety More »

EU FP7 - EnviroGenomarkers finalized

Genomics biomarkers of environmental health More »

EU FP7 - Exposomics finalized

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EU FP7 - HeCaToS finalized

Hepatic and Cardiac Toxicity Systems modelling More »

EU FP7 - iCORDI finalized

International Collaboration on Research Data Infrastructure More »

EU FP7 - PHYTOME finalized

Phytochemicals to reduce nitrite in meat products More »