Dr. Sabine Thielges

Sabine Thielges, Ph.D.
Analytical Project Leader

In 2005, Dr. Sabine Thielges obtained her Ph.D. from Mulhouse University Ph.D. in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry under the supervision of Prof. J. Eustache on New approaches towards the treatment of mycobacterial infections. Sabine then spent 3 years as a postdoctoral fellow, at McGill University, Quebec with Prof. N. Moitessier on the Computer-aided design and synthesis of asymmetric catalysts. After finishing her post-doctorate stage, Sabine worked for 2 years as a Research Associate at the NRC (National Council of Canada) working in parallel on Modeling of dopamine D2/D4 receptors and the development of eye drop formulation using Design of Experiment (DoE).

In 2012, Dr. Thielges worked at Janssen, Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson and Johnson in Belgium where she built and supervised a Stability Science Group focused on early development, stability investigation and the use of ASAP (Accelerated Stability Assessment Program) in the company. Since 2016, Sabine works for Novartis as an analytical project leader.