Jelle Eikelhof, MSc

Consultant

Hi, I’m Jelle.
Nice to meet you!

As a consultant at ttopstart, I work everyday with (biomedical) researchers and entrepreneurs to help them turn their innovations into reality.

I try to support our clients in the translation of their disruptive innovations while simultaneously challenging their ideas to improve them together.

I have a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and a Master’s degree in Science and Business Management from Utrecht University. During my studies, I gained experience in scientific research through two extensive research internships and a job as a student assistant at the Plant Microbe Interactions group of the institute of Environmental Biology at Utrecht University. Here I worked, among others, on the genetic dissection of specific downy mildew (Bremia lactucae) effector proteins in lettuce (Lactuca spp.).

Additionally, I gained experience in consultancy during an internship at Capgemini Invent in the Executive Leadership and Change competence group of the Strategy and Transformation department. I am fascinated by the application of scientific research and use this passion to help turn scientific innovations into reality at ttopstart.

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Every day I work with (biomedical) researchers and entrepreneurs to help them turn their innovations into reality. I try to support them in the translation of their disruptive innovations while simultaneously challenging their ideas to improve them together.

Contact details

jelle@ttopstart.com
+31 (0)6 83 09 98 20
+31 (0)30 – 73 70 779

Jelle in facts

Currently learning Greek

Huge Feyenoord fan

Rereads the ‘Lord of the Rings’ and the ‘Hobbit’ annually

Loves ducks (favorite animal)

Adventurist on his motorcycle

“Motivation is worth a lot more than talent.”

hurdler and sprinter trainer

 

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Published articles

Why the antibiotics market needs to be fixed

Why the antibiotics market needs to be fixed

Why the antibiotics market needs to be fixedWe are still in the middle of the COVID-19 crisis, but another potentially larger crisis is ahead that threatens our global healthcare system; the anti-microbial resistance (AMR) crisis. Whilst we weren’t ready for COVID-19,...

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