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Research interests

ELSI: Ethical Legal Social Issues in (Clinical) Genetics and genetic screening in the Next Generation Sequencing Era

Publications

A prospective study on rapid exome sequencing as a diagnostic test for multiple congenital anomalies on fetal ultrasound

Cognitive and affective outcomes of genetic counselling in the Netherlands at group and individual level: a personalized approach seems necessary

Expanding the clinical and genetic spectrum of ALPK3 variants: Phenotypes identified in pediatric cardiomyopathy patients and adults with heterozygous variants

GP-provided couple-based expanded preconception carrier screening in the Dutch general population: who accepts the test-offer and why?

Lessons learned from rapid Exome Sequencing(rES)as a standard diagnostic test in a prenatal setting for fetuses with ultrasound abnormalities.

Long-Term Follow-Up Study on the Uptake of Genetic Counseling and Predictive DNA Testing in Inherited Cardiac Conditions

Parental experiences of rapid Exome Sequencing in case of serious ultrasound abnormalities during pregnancy

Population-based preconception expanded carrier screening for severe recessive disorders: Does a GP-provided test offer with couple results meet criteria for responsible implementation?

Practical Barriers and Facilitators Experienced by Patients, Pharmacists and Physicians to the Implementation of Pharmacogenomic Screening in Dutch Outpatient Hospital Care-An Explorative Pilot Study

Towards personalized genetic counselling: exploring subgroups among counselees based on different facets of empowerment before the first visit

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Press/media

Link to ELSI website (including news, publications in non-academic media and radio/tv