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Tamara Meijer obtained her bachelor's degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the Vrije Universiteit (VU) in Amsterdam in 2017. She then followed the master's programme in Drug Discovery and Safety at the VU and graduated cum laude in 2019. She wrote her literature thesis on the topic of oxidative stress with focus on the Nrf2 stress response pathway. Furthermore, she performed her internship within the division of Molecular and Computational Toxicology at the VU under supervision of Paul Jennings. This internship concerned the analysis of chemical-induced mitochondrial perturbations in vitro. In 2020, Tamara joined the Molecular and Computational Toxicology group as a PhD candidate. Her work focuses on optimising the differentiation of renal proximal tubular-like (PTL) cells from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) and characterising functional transporters of optimised PTL cells.