Raaben, M. (Marco), M.Sc.
Building Carré, room C2.439
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
Phone: +31 53 489 6835
Marco Raaben was born in Neede, the Netherlands, in 1988. He received his MSc. in Technical Medicine at the University of Twente in 2013. After obtaining his MSc, he was selected for the first clinical fellowship Technical Medicine at UMC Utrecht. In this position he was responsible for the implementation of innovative technologies to improve diagnostics and treatments in healthcare. In 2016 he continued his work as PhD and focused on the development of rehabilitation programs after lower extremity fractures. During his PhD he developed skills as project manager in an international, multicentre study funded by the EU Horizon 2020 Framework Programme.
As project manager EU projects at the Strategic Business Development division (UT) he is currently involved in three EU funded projects. At the Telecommunication Engineering group he is involved in two projects: SCENT and ETOPIA. His third project, called WEAFING, is at the Human Media Interaction group.
Raaben, M., Redzwan, S., Augustine, R., & Blokhuis, T. J. (2018). COMplex Fracture Orthopedic Rehabilitation (COMFORT) - Real-time visual biofeedback on weight bearing versus standard training methods in the treatment of proximal femur fractures in the elderly: study protocol for a multicenter randomized controlled trial. Trials, 19(1), 220.
Houben, I. B., Raaben, M., Batenburg, M. V. B., & Blokhuis, T. J. (2018). Delay in weight bearing in surgically treated tibial shaft fractures is associated with impaired healing: a cohort analysis of 166 tibial fractures. European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology, 1-8.
Bastian, O. W., Mrozek, M. H., Raaben, M., Leenen, L. P., Koenderman, L., & Blokhuis, T. J. (2018). Serum from the Human Fracture Hematoma Contains a Potent Inducer of Neutrophil Chemotaxis. Inflammation, 1-9.
Raaben, M., Vogely, H. C., & Blokhuis, T. J. (2018). Real-time visual biofeedback to improve therapy compliance after total hip arthroplasty: a pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. Gait & posture, 61, 306-310.