Ines Mouchaers obtained her Master's degree in Clinical Biomedical Sciences in 2018 at KU Leuven University. During her master project at UZ Leuven, she conducted research on healthy aging by means of optimized movement and nutrition involving healthy and frail older people. During this period, she developed a great interest in the care for the older population and wanted to contribute to improving this care. Driven by this interest, she started as a PhD student in the TRANS-SENIOR program, more specifically on the CAPABLE-NL project. The project is focusing on reducing the number of avoidable transitions from home care to hospitals and nursing homes by developing an inter-professional community care model for older care-dependent people in the Dutch community care setting. You can find more information about her research projecthere.