Bram van Weerdenburg, PhD
Bram studied Chemistry at Radboud University Nijmegen. During his BSc and MSc, his research focussed on flow chemistry, biocatalysis and medicinal chemistry. His PhD fellowship concentrated on chemical reactions that can improve the sensitivity of NMR. The improved sensitivity was used to develop new diagnostic applications. As a post-doc Bram synthesized heterocyclic building blocks for new biological targets as part of the European Lead Factory program. Bram is passionate about topics such as energy transition, biobased economy, hydrogen and circularity. Since 2016, he works at Hezelburcht and supports grants in the field of Life Sciences and Chemistry. He has experience with national as well as European grant proposals and project management.
I’m interested in the societal impact chemistry can have in our everyday lives. I’m mostly focused on chemistry based innovation projects that are related to life sciences and biobased economy. With my academic background I’m able to thoroughly understand my clients’ projects and write strong grant applications.
Working at Hezelburcht
Since May 2016
- Chemistry (MSc) | Radboud University
Specialisation: Organic Chemistry
- Chemistry (PhD) | Radboud University
Chemistry, Biobased Economy, Life Sciences, Health & Food