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I graduated out of the Université Catholique de Louvain (Brussels) back in '94 as a Medical Doctor. I worked for 5 years in fundamental research at the Neurophysiology lab of the university and spent a few months at a hospital, before turning into a SAS programmer for the Pharmaceutical Industry, first at Information Systems, then as Statistical Programmer. I worked 1.5 years as part of the Statistical Programming Standards group at UCB Pharma, managing libraries of standard macros. Since Q4 2009 I joined Business&Decision Life Sciences, as Senior Consultant in Statistical Programming.
My first contribution
My SAS papers
- Alias Macros, a Flexible Versioning System for Standard SAS Macros. Presented at the PhUSE 2008 - Manchester, UK conference (CS06).