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Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences

Speakers and presenters

Faculty Conference 'Health, Society & Behaviour', 18 May, 2019

External speakers

Ron Dahl, panel on 'Food, health & Sustainability'

Ron Dahl is director of the Institute of Human Development at the University of California, Berkeley, Professor in the School of Public Health and the Joint Medical Program and Chief Science Officer at the Center for the Developing Adolescent.
Profile page Ron Dahl

Jim van Os, keynote

Jim van Os is Professor of Psychiatric Epidemiology and Public Mental Health and Chair Division Neuroscience at UMC Utrecht.
Profile page Jim van Os

Jaap Seidell, panel on 'Food, health & Sustainability'

Jaap Seidell is Professor of nutrition and health ('voeding en gezondheid') and director of the Health Sciences Department at VU Amsterdam. He is also director of Sarphati Amsterdam ('Research for Healthy Living').
Profile page Jaap Seidell 

Kim Oostrom and Linde Scholten, parallel session 'Understanding and Optimising Health Interventions'

Pediatric Psychology; Amsterdam UMC.

Researchers from our faculty and UvA (alphabetically ordered)

Ms M.B. (Maria) Altendorf MSc

Parallel session: Preventing substance use: Searching for effective strategies

dr. S.S. (Stuart) Blume

Parallel session: The relation between belief systems, social dynamics, policies and vaccinations

dr. E.J. (Ed) de Bruin

Parallel session: E-health in a clinical setting: From plans to outcome

Dr E. (Eddie) Brummelman

Parallel session: Social networks, individualism and health

dr. G.J. (Gert-Jan) de Bruijn

Parallel session: Technology, health, and persuasion: a promising yet complex integration

prof. dr. W.G.J. (Jan Willem) Duyvendak

Organiser / Plenary presentation: Showcasing FMG research

prof. dr. A.H. (Agneta) Fischer

Dean of the faculty and opening of the conference

Prof. J. (Joyeeta) Gupta

Plenary panel: Food, Health & Sustainability

prof. dr. A.P. (Anita) Hardon

Plenary presentation FMG research

dr. H. (Hanneke) Hendriks

Parallel session: Preventing substance use: Searching for effective strategies

dr. F.J. (Franca) van Hooren

Parallel session: The role of care takers and employers

prof. dr. H.M. (Hilde) Huizenga

Parallel session: Understanding and Optimising Health Interventions

dr. B.R.J. (Brenda) Jansen

Parallel session: Learning difficulties and educational opportunities

dr. R. (Roselinde) Kessels

Parallel session: The relation between belief systems, social dynamics, policies and vaccinations

dr. M. (Michelle) van Laethem

Parallel session: Sleeping and health

dr. H. (Helle) Larsen

Parallel session: Preventing substance use: Searching for effective strategies

dr. P.H.O. (Patty) Leijten

Parallel session: Understanding and Optimising Health Interventions

dr. A.J. (Annemiek) Linn

Parallel session: Understanding and Optimising Health Interventions

dr. C.S. (Corine) Meppelink

Parallel session: Technology, health, and persuasion: a promising yet complex integration

Ms S. (Swasti) Mishra

Parallel session: Urban dynamics and health

dr. M.J. (Marc) Noom

Parallel session: E-health in a clinical setting: From plans to outcome

prof. dr. G.J. (Geertjan) Overbeek

Plenary presentation FMG research

prof. dr. S.J.H.M. (Bas) van den Putte

Parallel session: Preventing substance use: Searching for effective strategies

dr. H.R. (Roos) Rodenburg

Parallel session: Sleeping and health

dr. B.T. (Bastiaan) Rutjens

Parallel session: The relation between belief systems, social dynamics, policies and vaccinations

dr. mr. A. (Anniek) de Ruijter

Parallel session: The relation between belief systems, social dynamics, policies and vaccinations

dr. B.C. (Barbara) Schouten

Parallel session: Technology, health, and persuasion: a promising yet complex integration

Ms L. (Lara) Solms

Parallel session: The role of care takers and employers

dr. R.B.L. (Roy) Sijbom

Parallel session: The role of care takers and employers

prof. dr. E.G. (Edith) Smit

Parallel session: Technology, health, and persuasion: a promising yet complex integration

dr. E.S. (Eline) Smit

Parallel session: Technology, health, and persuasion: a promising yet complex integration

dr. P.J.F. (Patrick) Snellings

Parallel session: Learning difficulties and educational opportunities

Ms M. (Marina) Tulin

Parallel session: Social networks, individualism and health

prof. dr. O.J.M. (Olav) Velthuis

Parallel session: The role of care takers and employers

dr. E.M. (Els) Veldhuizen

Parallel session: Urban dynamics and health

dr. G. (Gerlieke) Veltkamp

Parallel session: Sleeping and health

dr. W. (Wieke) de Vente

Parallel session: E-health in a clinical setting: From plans to outcome

prof. dr. B.G.M. (Beate) Volker

Parallel session: Social networks, individualism and health

dr. I. (Irene) van de Vijver

Parallel session: Understanding and Optimising Health Interventions

Prof. J.C.M. (Julia) van Weert

Plenary session: Showcasing FMG research

Ms S. (Si) Wen MSc

Parallel session: Preventing substance use: Searching for effective strategies

prof. dr. R.W.H.J. (Reinout) Wiers

Organiser / Plenary presentation FMG research

dr. S. (Sanne) de Wit

Parallel session: Urban dynamics and health / Plenary panel: Food, Health & Sustainability

dr. M.H.T. (Maaike) Zeguers

Parallel session: Learning difficulties and educational opportunities

prof. dr. J.H. (Jonathan) Zeitlin

Organiser / Plenary panel: Food, Health & Sustainability

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