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Healthy Aging

Through Internet Counselling

in the Elderly

 

 

Collaborative project co-funded by the European Unions' Seventh Framework Programme (FP7, 2007-2013) under grant agreement No 305374.

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Susan Jongstra is a PhD-student. She graduated as a medical doctor in February 2013 at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Amsterdam. She also studied psychobiology. During her study period she developed a distinct interest in Neurology. In 2013 she worked as a junior doctor at the Neurology department at a local hospital. Her first research-experience was during a scientific internship at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden.
She will mainly be involved  in the ongoing trials evaluation, the design of the generic intervention, and the controlled trial itself (WP 3, 4 and 6).

tessa
Tessa van Middelaar is a PhD-student. She graduated in January 2015 as medical doctor at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Amsterdam. During her study period she worked on a cohorts study on quality of life in stroke patients and completed the honours-masters programme.

She will mainly be involved in the controlled trial.

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Dr. Marieke P. Hoevenaar-Blom is epidemiologist with a special interest in preventive cardiology. In 2013 she obtained a PhD-title with her dissertation on ‘Lifestyle factors in association with cardiovascular diseases’. Currently, she works as a post-doc at AMC and project manager of HATICE.

Cathrien Beishuizen
Cathrien Beishuizen is a PhD-student. She will be involved in WP 3, 4 and 6, analysing the collected data of the ongoing trials and using these insights for the design of the new trial.
She graduated in September 2012 as MD at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Amsterdam. Her main interest is primary health care and public health. She developed this interest when working as a voluntary teaching assistant at the Faculty of Medicine in Beira in Mozambique. There, she taught students about family- and community health and assisted them in preventive health projects. Her first research-experience was during a scientific internship at the Department of Experimental Immunology at the AMC.

Ron Peters
Professor Ron Peters is professor of Cardiology, with focus on the prevention and treatment of atherosclerotic heart disease. He has been the PI in several RCT's on antithrombotic treatments of acute coronary syndromes, and on lifestyle interventions following hospitalisation for acute coronary syndromes. He is national coordinator of several international trials on the 'Polypill' approach to primary prevention of cardiovascular disease.