“You have to think carefully about social embedding of artificial intelligence to ensure it has added value in healthcare”
Are big data and technological innovations in healthcare exclusively convenient, or complicated too? Prof.dr. Antoinette de Bont does research into the development of big data in healthcare.
Around Erasmus MC are signs bearing the message: "This hospital is working towards a smoke-free generation". Since 1 September 2019 , the hospital and its surroundings are completely smoke-free.
“We have enough food, but still people are hungry. Perhaps something goes wrong on markets on which foods are traded”
Marta Szymanowska is Associate Professor of Finance. Her research sheds light on how finance can contribute to a solution of SDG2 ‘Zero hunger’.
"Subtle factors in the choice environment shape our likelihood to eat healthy and make sustainable food choices"
Anne-Kathrin Klesse, Associate Professor at RSM, studies how consumers can be nudged to make both healthier and more sustainable consumption choices.
Endowed professor of chronobiology & health Bert van der Horst: "Your biological clock is of vital importance"
Our biological clock has far more of an impact on our health than we expect it to, says Bert van der Horst, endowed professor of chronobiology & health.
For the alumni platform EUR Connect photographer Marie Cecile Thijs portrayed thirty special alumni. Doctor Cathy van Horik is one of them.
Governments, organisations and the media are all heavily invested in bringing numbers across to ordinary people.
The objective of Rare Disease Day is to raise awareness amongst the general public, researchers, health professionals and policy makers about these rare diseases and the impact on patient’s lives.
Professor John Cawley of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, will be a part-time Visiting Professor at Erasmus University Rotterdam for the next four years.
Associate Professor Esther de Bekker-Grob: 'We need collaboration to be truly useful for society, not just enjoying ourselves doing research for the sake of research.’
Associate Professor Esther de Bekker-Grob believes that through multidisciplinary collaboration, Erasmus University Rotterdam can contribute to true innovation in tomorrow’s health-policy decisions.