Graduated as a bio engineer – with a major in the preservation of forest and nature – Murielle Meunier (24) now works as a pharmaceutical consultant at QbD. In this week’s ‘Vacature’ – the popular work related weekend supplement of Belgian newspapers ‘De Morgen’ and ‘Het Laatste Nieuws’– she talks about her career and working at QbD. “During my thesis I carried out scientific research to find a biological solution to perspiration odours. And that is when I decided to continue working in the pharmaceutical industry.”
Major reason for Murielle to work in the industry is the opportunity to work on products to heal people. “It’s not like we are making chairs, we help produce products that actually help people.” Murielle also loves the diversity of her job. “As a pharmaceutical consultant you work in-house to implement long term or short term projects for clients. I get to experience different companies, working methods and challenges. That’s what makes my job so interesting.”
Below you’ll find the article (in Dutch), courtesy of Vacature.
Our collegue Murielle Meunier in Vacature