Assistant Professor Personalized eHealth Technology for Oncology at University of Twente
Personalized cAnceR TreatmeNt and caRe (PARTNR)
INFLUENCE: individualized follow-up for breast cancer
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Annemieke Witteveen's research
Annemieke Witteveen is Assistant Professor at the Biomedical Signals and Systems group and the Personalized eHealth Technology (PeHT) research program. Her research line focusses on building dynamic patient-level models for prediction, monitoring and optimization to support clinical decision making in oncology. See also her interview as a featured scientist.
She studied Technical Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Twente. After graduation, Annemieke started working as a PhD at the department of Health Technology and Services Research (HTSR) at the University of Twente. Here she worked on individualizing the breast cancer follow-up based on individual time-dependent risk profiles, resulting in a.o. the INFLUENCE nomogram. Her thesis received the prize for best oncology thesis in the Netherlands of 2018/2019. She currently works on self-management and decision support for oncology, such as the KWF PARTNR project. In 2020 she was awarded a NWO/ZonMW veni grant for researching dynamic models to predict, monitor and make recommendations for the late effects after breast cancer. Annemieke is married and has three kids.