Hugin Mugin Research
Hugin Mugin Research was founded in 2007 by Veerle Persy to fulfil the information and writing needs of researchers, academics, physicians, and companies in the pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors.
Experience in different types of projects
- Medical writing
- Data Management
- Lab automation
Across a variety of domains
- Cardiovascular disease
- Inhalation toxicity
- In vitro fertilisation
- Public health
A ravenous eye for knowledge
Knowledge goes beyond information, beyond the mere data. It adds analysis, context, insight. Hugin Mugin Research turns your data into knowledge in a client-centered, timely manner.
Always eager to learn and expand the horizons of its knowledge, Hugin Mugin Research welcomes projects on any life sciences topic.
MD – Phd
A physician by training, Veerle Persy obtained a Ph.D. in Medical Sciences from the University of Antwerp in 2003. Until 2008, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow of Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO) in the Pathophysiology Lab of Antwerp University, where she established and led a line of basic research focusing on the mechanisms of vascular calcification in the context of chronic kidney and bone disease.
Over 10 Years of academic research she became a published author, reviewer for several international journals, acquired expertise in obtaining government grants and gained in depth knowledge of laboratory techniques and the scientific research process.
Veerle founded Hugin Mugin Research in 2007. Since then, she completed over 70 projects, with project activities as diverse as LIMS selection and implementation, creating and validating databases, performing (systematic) literature reviews, collecting and cleaning research data, performing (statistical) data analysis and writing original articles, reviews, grants and SOPs. For these projects she immersed herself in a variety of domains, from nephrology and transplantation, over rheumatology, oncology and pathology to diabetes and in vitro fertilization.
Veerle has been a member of Flemish expert panels for the allocation of PhD fellowships for Strategic Basic Research since 2011, first for the Agency for Innovation by Science and Technology (IWT), since 2016 for FWO.