My name is Caroline Duineveld. I am 34 years old and grew up on Texel, the largest Wadden island of the Netherlands. I love being outdoors and chose the city of Nijmegen, with its surrounding hills and woodlands, to study Medicine. During my study I spent many hours cycling and rowing. After my graduation as a medical doctor on the Radboud University in 2010, I worked for almost 2 years on the Intensive Care department before starting my residency Internal Medicine. Currently, I am a Nephrology trainee and a PhD student at the Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen. My research focuses on atypical haemolytic uremic syndrome (aHUS) and is combined with clinical work for patients with complement mediated renal diseases. Together with my husband and two children I spend my spare time hiking, either around Nijmegen, on Texel, in the UK or Scandinavian countries.