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Research interests

Public Health, Nutritional Epidemiology, Socioeconomic and regional disparities in health, Neighborhoods and health


Ultra-processed food and incident type 2 diabetes: studying the underlying consumption patterns to unravel the health effects of this heterogeneous food category in the prospective Lifelines cohort

Association between socioeconomic status and self-reported, tested and diagnosed COVID-19 status during the first wave in the Northern Netherlands: a general population-based cohort from 49 474 adults

Blood lipids-related dietary patterns derived from reduced rank regression are associated with incident type 2 diabetes

Diet quality and incident chronic kidney disease in the general population: The Lifelines Cohort Study

How is sport participation related to mortality, diabetes and prediabetes for different body mass index levels?

Lifelines COVID-19 cohort: investigating COVID-19 infection and its health and societal impacts in a Dutch population-based cohort

Metabolic syndrome-related dietary pattern and risk of mortality in kidney transplant recipients

Prevalence of sarcopenic obesity and sarcopenic overweight in the general population: The lifelines cohort study

Separate and combined effects of individual and neighbourhood socio-economic disadvantage on health-related lifestyle risk factors: a multilevel analysis

The health potential of neighborhoods: A population-wide study in the Netherlands

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