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Isabelle Manneh-Vangramberen

Project Coordinator, European Cancer Patient Coalition - ECPC (Belgium)


Isabelle is ECPC’s Projects Coordinator / Manager and is currently the appointed executive body for all EU funded projects participating in several European Union’s Research and Innovation framework programmes in addition to working on 3 principal EU Policy files: the European Cross Border Health Directive, the General Data Protection Regulation, and Health Technology Assessment. She holds a double Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, a Master degree in Public Health, in addition to a post-master in European Studies specialising in EU Policy & Project Management. Isabelle is a USAID Training Future Leaders Scholarship recipient, a Golden Key International Honour Society member, and a EUPATI Scholar who has dedicated the past 10 years of her life to patients. She has previously worked with the United Nations (UN) and the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO), among others around the globe. Isabelle is an active member of the General Assembly of the Worldwide Innovative Networking (WIN) Consortium, the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO), the European Commission’s Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Stakeholder Pool, the Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi), and the BBMRI-ERIC Stakeholder Forum, as well as, an elected representative of the European Patient Group (ePAG) for the European Refrence Network (ERN) on rare adult solid tumours.

Isabelle Manneh-Vangramberen logo

Isabelle Manneh-Vangramberen

Project Coordinator, European Cancer Patient Coalition - ECPC (Belgium)


European Cancer Patient Coalition (ECPC) logo

Isabelle is ECPC’s Projects Coordinator / Manager and is currently the appointed executive body for all EU funded projects participating in several European Union’s Research and Innovation framework programmes in addition to working on 3 principal EU Policy files: the European Cross Border Health Directive, the General Data Protection Regulation, and Health Technology Assessment. She holds a double Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, a Master degree in Public Health, in addition to a post-master in European Studies specialising in EU Policy & Project Management. Isabelle is a USAID Training Future Leaders Scholarship recipient, a Golden Key International Honour Society member, and a EUPATI Scholar who has dedicated the past 10 years of her life to patients. She has previously worked with the United Nations (UN) and the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO), among others around the globe. Isabelle is an active member of the General Assembly of the Worldwide Innovative Networking (WIN) Consortium, the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO), the European Commission’s Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Stakeholder Pool, the Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi), and the BBMRI-ERIC Stakeholder Forum, as well as, an elected representative of the European Patient Group (ePAG) for the European Refrence Network (ERN) on rare adult solid tumours.


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