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This space shows you everybody we're thankful for: those who have helped us achieve our goals, but who are no longer actively involved in the project. Out of sight, but never out of mind! We honor them here, in our very own walk of fame.

Hello! My name is Julian, 21 years old and currently studying Biomedical Sciences at Maastricht University. I would describe myself as inquisitive and always ready to take on new challenges in life. A few years ago I had never thought I would be able to do basic programming. Together with Masoud and my fellow colleagues, this is a skill we all have been learning for the past two academic years. Personally, I like to do all kinds of sports (I don't really settle for one) and I play the piano when I am in a more creative mood. Academically, my major interests lie within the fields of Biochemistry, Genetics and Neuroscience. I pursue a research-oriented career in one of these domains. I am very happy and grateful to be part of this beautiful project and I am looking forward to the future of our organization.


Julian Zeegers

Writer & Data Processor


Hi, I'm Selina, 26 years old. My personal interests are cell communication and bioinformatics. With this knowledge, I would like to contribute to knowledge about the physiology of the human body. Due to my background as a physiotherapist, i found interest in the development of disease. Therefore, it is important to help raise awareness and answer questions regarding possible diseases. 


Selina Voßen

Writer, Translator, Video Creator & Programmer


Hi! My name is Britte and I study Midwifery at Academie Verloskunde Maastricht. I love the profession as a midwife because of appreciation of the people I try to help to get themselves and the baby as healthy as possible through the pregnancy, delivery and the days after. It is a beautiful idea I may be present in this special time of their life and I really want to help the becoming parents to make the best of that time with the purpose that they look back on it with a good feeling.


Britte Megens

Writer & Data Processor


Hi! I’m Miriam and I’m currently in my 3rd year of bachelor’s in Biomedical Sciences. I’m originally from Italy but I’ve been living in the Netherlands for almost 3 years now (with a little 6 months break in Northern Norway). I’ve always been curious and inquisitive about things, especially when it comes to new frontiers both in science and outside of science; for this reason, during my studies I’ve started focusing on data science and bioinformatics, hoping, one day, to pursue a career in this field.


Miriam Babukhian

Translator & Programmer

Hi everyone! My name is Ann-Sophie Oppelt and currently I am a Biomedical Student at Maastricht University. 
I love to travel and explore new cultures and their traditions. Also I have been living in different countries like Germany, Austria, Australia and now the Netherlands, which shaped me into a openminded and curious person. 
For the future I hope to work in research and prove to have an impact on health care around the world in some way. I am excited to see where my path will lead me and what it still holds for me!


Ann-Sophie Oppelt

Writer (coordinator) & Translator

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Hi everyone! My name is Lea Dörner, and I graduated from Maastricht University in the Netherlands in 2022 with a bachelor's degree in Biomedical Sciences. In the future, I aim to pursue a career in academic research and will begin my master's degree in 2023.
Besides my fascination for science, I enjoy being in nature, participating in sports, and meeting new people!
Due to my area of ​​expertise, I naturally believe it is essential to be aware of your body and health, which is why I am delighted to be part of the PREhealth team!

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Lea Dörner



My name is Yasemin, currently studying Biomedical Sciences and Medicine at the University of Maastricht. I am fascinated by the human body and it really amazes me how new life can develop from just two small cells! In my spare time, I love to read and explore new foods from different cultures.
In the future I would love to do research that contributes in scientific, cultural and social terms to make a difference.


Yasemin Kaya

Writer & Translator


Hello everyone! My name is Alizeh Ahsan and I am a student of Biomedical Sciences at Maastricht University. I have travelled all my life and explored a variety of places and cultures which expanded my horizons and opened up my perception about the world. I realized that to make the world a better place, we need to work together and educate ourselves and the people around us, so we can all together contribute to society. University helped me form my main goal in life which is precisely making the world a better place, simply, with the power of knowledge. By that I mean, the field of medicine and healthcare have a long way to go and I am excited to work really hard to contribute to their advancement.  


Alizeh Ahsan

Writer, Translator & Video Creator (coordinator)

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