Social Activities Committee

Kim Wijnant

KimAfter doing her bachelor and master in Utrecht, Kim decided to go to Nijmegen to do a PhD at the Radboud UMC on discovering new therapies for neurodevelopmental diseases. In her free time she likes to meet with friends, go for a run and explore new sports at the Radboud sports centre. Besides that, she is also volunteer at the scouting and takes care of (way too many) plants.

E-mail: Kim.Wijnant@radboudumc.nl

Marc Hermes

Marc HermesMarc is a PhD student in Computer Science at Nijmegen, where he is currently researching the use of computer-verified proofs to ensure the proper functioning of programs operating on shared memory. He is originally from Luxemburg and earned a Bachelor's degree in Physics in Germany. During his Master's program, Marc became captivated by the use of computers to verify mathematical proofs, leading him to switch fields to Mathematics and explore this further in his Master Thesis. In his free time, he enjoys to scale the heights of the Grip climbing gym, watching movies/shows or cooking with friends, listening to music and reading.

E-mail: Marc.Hermes@ru.nl

Ayşegül Güneyli

AysegulAfter studying Sociology and Psychology at Koç University in Istanbul, Ayşegül went on to do a quantitative research master in Social Sciences at the University of Amsterdam. Then in September 2022, she moved to Nijmegen to start her PhD at Radboud University’s Sociology department. As her research interests include inequalities in paid work and informal care, she focuses on gendered work-care patterns that emerge over the life course and their economic and subjective wellbeing consequences. Next to her passion for research, Ayşegül feels truly in the flow when she is in the middle of a challenging table tennis match, or is playing fun games of any kind!

E-mail: Ayseguel.Gueneyli@ru.nl

Debbie Tesselaar

Debbie is a PhD candidate at Radboudumc, department of psychiatryRadboudfoto_Debbie and Donders Center for Medical Neuroimaging. She obtained her bachelor and master in neurobiology at the University of Amsterdam, as well as her teaching license. Her PhD research focuses on the effect of co-occurring psychopathology on addiction, with a special interest in the dopaminergic and serotonergic systems and their link with behaviour. In her free time, she likes to read, go out for dinner and drinks, and occasionally go on nature walks.

E-mail: Debbie.Tesselaar@radboudumc.nl