Yasmin Faraji graduated in 2019 as a medical doctor from the “Vrije Universiteit” Amsterdam. She worked as a medical doctor in the ophthalmology department of the Jeroen Bosch hospital in den Bosch. In 2020 she started her PhD-research titled: “Development of Treyescan: Safe driving for glaucoma patients with compensatory eye movements”. The primary subject of this research project is the development of a test that measures compensatory eye movements of glaucoma patients whilst viewing scenes in traffic situations. Yasmin aims to provide a positive contribution to the problems that people with visual impairment are faced with on a daily basis, especially in the area of mobility.