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Health Evidence has four research groups, some of which also have subgroups.
Kit Roes's research group aims to continuously improve the quality of medical research, by applying, teaching and developing statistical methods and statistical thinking, aiming for broad use by researchers.
Bart Kiemeney's research group learns as much as possible about cancer with the aim of reducing the burden of this disease. The emphasis lies on the detection of urological tumours and their genetic causes.
Mireille Broeders's research (sub)group looks at whether there’s value to be gained in targeting the screening or follow-up policy to a person’s level of risk, by collecting information on risk factors from screening participants and patients.
Maroeska Rovers's research (sub)group investigates which surgical techniques are being used and whether or not they are necessary.
Rob Baltussen's research (sub)group supports decision-makers in countries around the world in setting legitimate priorities for universal health coverage.
Gert Jan van der Wilt's research group conducts research into the effectiveness, safety, efficiency and social acceptability of medical technology.
Maroeska Rovers's research (sub)group aims to guide new medical technology innovations by facilitating partnerships between the scientific community, medical technology business partners and policy makers.
Nel Roeleveld's research group investigates all aspects of human reproduction. The primary question underlying our research is: how can we prevent something from going wrong before, during or after pregnancy?
Paul Scheepers's research (sub)group investigates how we can stay healthy and which environmental factors affect our health.
Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga's research (sub)group aims to increase the value and reduce the waste of research in animal studies.
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