Personalized Prevention and Care TESC
In 2019, the multidisciplinary TESC workgroup Personalised prevention and care was launched. The goal of this workgroup is to create a network of researchers interested in personalized health that make use of, or would like to make use of, intensive longitudinal data. At each meeting, a researcher presents his or her work.
What do we offer to researchers?
- The opportunity to connect with researchers from multiple disciplines and exchange knowledge and ideas
- Inspiration on new research topics by exploring and deepening the Personalized prevention and care theme together
- To keep up on state-of-the-art methods and share your own findings and ideas
Join our meetings
All researchers interested in personalized health and intensive longitudinal data are welcome to join our meetings. Please contact Sandra de Jong if you are interested in joining us!
Who we are
Anne BülowPhD Student
PhD-student at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam at the department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies, guest researcher at the department of Developmental Psychology (TiU).
She uses ESM to investigate the effects of parenting on the wellbeing of teenagers.
Esther de VriesEndowed Professor
In her research, she focuses on everything that is ‘unusual’, from uncommon adverse events of promising treatments to the recognition of rare diseases by non-expert healthcare professionals. For this, she works on developing data-driven solutions for automated support to enable timely recognition of ‘the unusual’.
Floortje MolsAssociate Professor
Diana RoegSenior Researcher
Tranzo: Mental health care and Addiction
Her research focuses on persons with severe mental illness and psycho social problems. In particular, she is interested in what contributes to the social integration, quality of life and personal recovery.
Melanie SchellekensSenior Researcher
Helen Dowling Institute
Her research focuses on improving resilience and personalizing psychological care for cancer patients.
Dike van de MheenProfessor
Her research (both quantitative and qualitative) focusses on public health, care research, vulnerable groups and addiction (on both substances like drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and addictive behaviours such as gambling and video gaming).
The Herbert Simon Research Institute for Health, Well-being, and Adaptiveness is a research center devoted to carrying out excellent, state of the art research in order to contribute to healthy and resilient people. We have selected three themes, which involve the collaboration between various Departments and address actual themes in need of both fundamental and applied research.