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Working at RE

Our professions

Discover the professions that drive IRE - IRE ELiT.

Transversal professions

Philippe VAN PUT
  • Department

    Sales

  • About me

    I studied nuclear sciences (metrology) at ISIB, where I obtained my diploma as an industrial engineer in nuclear sciences in 1991, and then radioprotection at UCL, where I obtained my master’s degree in radiation protection in 1998.

    My hobbies are fitness and aikido.

  • My work at IRE

    I have been working at IRE since 2010.

    My work consists of developing the IRE and its subsidiary IRE ELiT. Our development involves maintaining and extending our portfolio of clients, but also forming partnerships for the development of new activities with research centers, industrial partners, strategic suppliers, etc.

Project engineering

François LÊ
  • Department

    Engineering & Projects

  • About me

    I studied engineering at the ULiège and then started working at IBA in Louvain-la-Neuve, first as a Methods Engineer, then as Manufacturing Engineering and SAP Data Manager and finally as Program Manager. My hobbies are: seeing my friends, sports (mountain biking, squash, badminton, volleyball, taekwondo, judo...) and cinema/series.

  • My work at IRE

    I started working at IRE in September 2019. My objective as Project Manager is to ensure a quality objective within a controlled time and budget. As part of the Cyclotron project, the objective is to acquire a new radioisotope production tool.

Production

Marc GRISARD
  • Department

    Radiochemical Production

  • About me

    I studied at the University of Liège, where I obtained my diploma in electromechanical civil engineering in 1991.
    My hobbies are my family, DIY, swimming and playing guitar.

  • My work at IRE

    I have been working at IRE since 2013.
    My work consists of monitoring and resolving problems and improving processes in the production of radioisotopes. This means I have to get involved in many different areas: production procedures, safety and security, quality, supply chain, new equipment, team organization, etc.

Stéphane GOSTNER
  • Department

    Radiopharmaceutical Production

  • About me

    I studied at Fleurus, where I obtained my bachelor’s degree in agricultural sciences, specializing in the food processing industry and biotechnologies.

    My hobbies are fitness, jogging and movies.

  • My work at IRE

    I have been working at IRE since 2011.

    My work consists of the supervision of the producing of radiopharmaceutical isotopes for medical use.

R&D

Jérôme PARIS
  • Department

    R&D

  • About me

    I studied chemistry at the University of Liège, where I obtained my doctorate in 2010.
    My hobbies are music, travel, walking, etc.

  • My work at IRE

    I have been working at IRE since July 2011.
    With my colleagues in the R&D team, my work consists of developing new products and refining and improving the related production processes. This requires us to keep up to date with the latest scientific developments, and also to maintain many collaborative relationships both internally and externally.

Maya MOREELS
  • Department

    R&D

  • About me

    My career path began in 2013 after 3 years of a bachelor's degree in chemistry at the Institut Paul Lambin and led me to discover university research and quality control in the pharmaceutical industry before joining the IRE.

    I devote my free time to my family, reading, travelling, hiking in the countryside (mainly in the mountains), drawing, DIY, gardening and climbing; but as I no longer have the time to do so, I have replaced it with aerial/trapeze fabric (to keep my height!).

  • My work at IRE

    I have been working at IRE since June 2016 where I was hired by the Downstream Production department to take care of part of the management of low-level waste. In February 2018, I joined the R&D department to work as a laboratory technician on the chemical process part of the SMART project.

    The technicians' main job is to carry out tests in the laboratory. We work closely with the researchers to exchange ideas and move the projects forward.
    The R&D department is responsible for improving and supporting production processes on the one hand and developing new products on the other.

IRE Lab

Olivier DROUGUET
  • Department

    IRE Lab

  • About me

    Holder of a Master's degree in Biology and Oceanography from the ULiège, I first worked in an academic environment in research on the impact of pollutants in the North Sea before specialising, through several experiences, in the management of Quality Assurance in analytical laboratories.
    I am passionate about cycling, which I enjoy both on and off road, and I also enjoy hiking, gardening and DIY.

  • My work at IRE

    I arrived at IRE in March 2019.
    Within IRE Lab, my role is to ensure that all elements of the quality and environmental management system of the laboratories and project management services operate effectively to continuously improve our performance and the quality of our services. I am also the main contact with the official bodies that audit us and issue our approvals, certifications and accreditations .
    A wide variety of tasks are involved: management of the correct application of the documentary system, regulatory watch, reception, staff training and awareness-raising, management of non-conformities, risk analyses and customer complaints, organisation and implementation of internal audit planning, organisation of annual management reviews, monitoring of laboratory performance. Good organisation, a great deal of communication and rigour are essential, because compliance with all these processes also contributes to maintaining our certifications and accreditations, official recognition of our competence and good organisation.

Benjamin BERNAUD
  • Department

    Product Design & Development

  • About me

    After my engineering studies in robotics and computer systems in the South of France in Toulouse, I decided to come and live in Belgium in order to share my passion for computer systems, but also to share a good game of petanque.

  • My work at IRE

    My work consists of designing, developing and optimising innovative and tailor-made software solutions for sampling, measuring and control equipment for radioactivated radio to meet specific customer requirements. I am also involved in the hardware design of embedded systems, or in the automation of development and deployment processes.

Avoko RAMAHALEOTSITOHAINA
  • Department

    IRE Lab

  • About me

    I obtained my complementary master's degree in food science and technology at UCL.
    I love gardening.

  • My work at IRE

    I have been working at IRE since 2019. My work consists in measuring total alpha-beta activity in water as well as Sr 90 in organic matrices.

Support

Sandrine BOUSMAN
  • Department

    Quality Control

  • About me

    I studied at IPKN in Montignies-Sur-Sambre (now named Haute Ecole Provincial du Hainaut), where I obtained my graduate diploma in clinical chemistry in 1997.
    My hobbies are group fitness classes (BodyPump, BodyCombat, RPM, etc.).

  • My work at IRE

    I have been working at IRE since 2003.
    My work consists of supervising the activity of the Quality Control department of IRE - IRE ELiT. Our unit is in charge of carrying out checks on the various radiochemical and radiopharmaceutical isotopes produced at IRE - IRE ELiT, as well as all the associated materials, in order to ensure their quality. It also involves validating formulated methods for the development of new products. All of this is done in compliance with cGMP requirements.