Miriam Vollenbroek-Hutten obtained the Ph.D. degree in 1999 from the University of Twente, NB Enschede, The Netherlands. Hutten works as a Professor of technology supported cognitive training at the Institute for Biomedical Technologies, University of Twente, NB Enschede, The Netherlands. She received her degree in biomedical science from the University of Nijmegen, HP Nijmegen, The Netherlands. She performed her Ph.D. degree research at Roessingh Research and Development, NB Enschede, The Netherlands, in the development of a new assessment tool for patients with chronic back pain. She has a strong background in research innovation by using technology for people with chronic diseases who have problems with engine performance. Her main research interest is the study to develop telemedicine applications that enable patients to exercise in their daily environment in an effective manner as well as in the evaluation of these applications. She has participated in several European projects focusing on the new concept of ICT supported treatment for patients with disorders of posture and movement. She currently serves as the Coordinator of the European Project Myotel (Eten, FP6) and the National Project Telefysiek M&ICT and the Project PERSSILAA (7FP).
Biography Updated on 29 August 2014