View all University of Twente researchers working within the Women's Health cluster here.
- Prof.dr. Vera Araujo Soares Sniehotta
Antenatal adherence to aspirin prophylaxis is key to reducing the occurrence of a major pregnancy complication: pre-eclampsia (PE). Up to 75% of pregnant women at increased risk of PE do not take aspirin as prescribed. Our aim was to understand this.
- Dr. Anique Bellos-Grob
I've got three active projects, all focussing on pelvic organ prolapse. By means of imaging (MRI and Ultrasound) we hope to better understand the interaction between the pelvic floor and a pessary and/or the effects of surgery on the pelvic floor.
- Dr. Christina Bode
Fatigue in breast cancer seems to be related to psychological changes in perception (cognitive biases). In this project we develop a CBM (cognitive bias modification) ehalth intervention (IVY) and study the effects on fatigue and vitality in women.
- Dr.ir. Nienke Bosschaart
Breastfeeding offers unique advantages for mothers and infants, but is also associated with many challenges. Accurate quantification of breast milk intake by the infant is often desired, but objective methods are unavailable. In this project, we...
- Prof.dr. Lioe-Fee de Geus-Oei
We investigate the role of FDG-PET/CT, PET/CT using new tracers (Zr-89-Herceptin, F-18-FACBC, F-18-NAF etc) and molecular breast imaging in breast cancer care.
- Dr. Naomi Jacobs
Femtech apps for women’s reproductive health have the potential to empower women. But these apps also raise ethical concerns. With the ethics by design framework ‘Capability Sensitive Design’ I explore how these ethical concerns can be mitigated.
- Dr. Marissa van Maaren
In my research I focus on treatment and prognosis of breast cancer patients with the ultimate aim to contribute to better personalised treatment, improved outcomes and high quality of life. I strongly collaborate with breast cancer care profession...
- Prof.dr. Srirang Manohar
Globally, breast cancer is the most commonly occurring cancer in women, and we lost 685,000 women in 2020 to the disease. Imaging plays a crucial role in early diagnosis of the disease, but conventional methods have drawbacks. I work in developing...
- Dr. Deger Ozakaramanli
Design methods, particularly dilemma-driven design, can help develop human-centred and value-based technologies for women's health. This method is being explored in evaluating existing breast cancer screening technologies from the perspective of ...
- Dr. Ionnis Sechopoulos
aiREAD will improve how radiologists read breast cancer screening mammograms together with computers by developing and using new artificial intelligence methods and advancing our knowledge on human visual perception of medical images.
- Prof.dr. Sabine Siesling
One of my projects is: Effectiveness of persoNalized care After treatment for non-metastasized Breast cancer based On risk of Recurrence, personal needs and risk on (late) health effects: the NABOR study.
- Annemieke Witteveen PhD
We will develop an intelligent self-learning system for patients with breast cancer that combines medical data with data about functioning in daily-life and that provides personalized intervention recommendations for cancer-related fatigue.
- Dr.ir. Christina Zaga
DEI4EAI project aims to critique and change the existing common and controversial norms and provide tangible resources for practicing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) when developing embodied AI. It is relevant for fem tech (software, ...