Sabine is a Master of Criminology (2004) and Doctor in Criminology (2018). She also holds a Master’s degree in Communication Studies: Media Studies (University of Antwerp, 2005) and a Postgraduate Management & Communication (HoGent, 2006). Sabine is a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO) at Ghent University. Before she started her PhD research, Sabine worked as a researcher at the University of Antwerp and as panel manager / data analyst at imec Ghent (former iMinds), a Flemish digital research center.
Selected societal impact activities
- 21/04/2017 – VRT NWS – DNA-specialist over moordzaak Knokke: “Zonder verdachte is DNA-match nooit sluitend”
- Quantitative research
- De Moor, S., Vander Beken, T., & Van Daele, S. (2017). DNA Databases as Alternative Data Sources for Criminological Research. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 23(2), 175-192.
- De Moor, S., Vandeviver, C., & Vander Beken, T. (2018a). Are DNA data a valid source to study the spatial behavior of unknown offenders? Science & Justice, 58(5), 315-322.
- De Moor, S., Vandeviver, C. & Vander Beken, T. (2018b). Integrating police recorded crime data and DNA to study serial co-offending behaviour. European Journal of Criminology, 15(5), 632-651.