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dr. K. (Kerstin) Klipstein-Grobusch Associate Professor

  • Department of Epidemiology
  • Julius Center Research Program Cardiovascular Epidemiology

K. Klipstein

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Biography

Kerstin Klipstein-Grobusch is Associate Professor of Global Health at the Julius Center for Health Sciences, University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands and Visiting Professor of Epidemiology at the School of Public Health, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. Her interest and experience is in international health and research capacity building. Current research investigates factors related to cardio-metabolic disease internationally, such as the influence of migration on prevalence of obesity and diabetes; the interface of communicable and non-communicable disease, specifically cardio-metabolic disease in HIV-infected populations; and maternal and neonatal health, such as the variation, prediction and prevention of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. She has extensive experience in research capacity building in epidemiology and chronic disease epidemiology in Sub-Saharan Africa as Academic Head of the Masters of Science in Epidemiology program at Wits University (2005-10) and as a principal investigator and collaborator in capacity building training programs and courses in epidemiology and global health such as the Wits Non-Communicable Disease Research Leadership Program. Recent activities focus on the development of global health (www.globalhealth.eu) at the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Center Utrecht, e-learning research capacity building activities for international health professionals and the evaluation of mhealth interventions to enhance maternal and child health.

Research Output (282)

Cardiovascular disease risk in an urban African population:a cross-sectional analysis on the role of HIV and antiretroviral treatment

Vos Alinda G, Hoeve Klariska, Barth Roos E, Peper Joyce, Moorhouse Michelle, Crowther Nigel J, Venter Willem D F, Grobbee Diederick E, Bots Michiel L, Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin 3 dec 2019, In: Retrovirology. 16 10 p.

Cardiovascular disease risk in an urban African population:a cross-sectional analysis on the role of HIV and antiretroviral treatment

Vos Alinda G, Hoeve Klariska, Barth Roos E, Peper Joyce, Moorhouse Michelle, Crowther Nigel J, Venter Willem D F, Grobbee Diederick E, Bots Michiel L, Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin 3 dec 2019, In: Retrovirology. 16 10 p.

Prevalence and determinants of type 2 diabetes among lean African migrants and non-migrants:the RODAM study

Chilunga Felix P, Henneman Peter, Meeks Karlijn Ac, Beune Erik, Requena-Méndez Ana, Smeeth Liam, Addo Juliet, Bahendeka Silver, Danquah Ina, Schulze Matthias B, Spranger Joachim, Owusu-Dabo Ellis, Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Mannens Marcel Mam, Agyemang Charles dec 2019, In: Journal of Global Health. 9 11 p.

Immunogenicity and Safety of an Early Measles Vaccination Schedule at 6 and 12 Months of Age in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)-Unexposed and HIV-Exposed, Uninfected South African Children

Mutsaerts Eleonora A.M.L., Nunes Marta C., Bhikha Sutika, Ikulinda Benit T., Boyce Welekazi, Jose Lisa, Koen Anthonet, Moultrie Andrew, Cutland Clare L., Grobbee Diederick E., Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Madhi Shabir A. 1 nov 2019, In: The Journal of infectious diseases. 220 , p. 1529-1538 10 p.

Immunogenicity and Safety of an Early Measles Vaccination Schedule at 6 and 12 Months of Age in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)-Unexposed and HIV-Exposed, Uninfected South African Children

Mutsaerts Eleonora A.M.L., Nunes Marta C., Bhikha Sutika, Ikulinda Benit T., Boyce Welekazi, Jose Lisa, Koen Anthonet, Moultrie Andrew, Cutland Clare L., Grobbee Diederick E., Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Madhi Shabir A. 1 nov 2019, In: The Journal of infectious diseases. 220 , p. 1529-1538 10 p.

The effect of an mhealth clinical decision-making support system on neonatal mortality in Ghana

Amoakoh H. B., Klipstein-Grobusch K., Agyepong I. A., Zuithoff P., Amoakoh-Coleman M., Kayode G. A., Sarpong C., Reitsma J. B., Grobbee D. E., Ansah E. K. nov 2019, In: European Journal of Public Health. 29

The effect of an mhealth clinical decision-making support system on neonatal mortality in Ghana

Amoakoh H. B., Klipstein-Grobusch K., Agyepong I. A., Zuithoff P., Amoakoh-Coleman M., Kayode G. A., Sarpong C., Reitsma J. B., Grobbee D. E., Ansah E. K. nov 2019, In: European Journal of Public Health. 29

Prognostic models for adverse pregnancy outcomes in low-income and middle-income countries:a systematic review

Heestermans Tessa, Payne Beth, Kayode Gbenga Ayodele, Amoakoh-Coleman Mary, Schuit Ewoud, Rijken Marcus J., Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Bloemenkamp Kitty, Grobbee Diederick E., Browne Joyce L. 30 okt 2019, In: BMJ global health. 4

Prognostic models for adverse pregnancy outcomes in low-income and middle-income countries:a systematic review

Heestermans Tessa, Payne Beth, Kayode Gbenga Ayodele, Amoakoh-Coleman Mary, Schuit Ewoud, Rijken Marcus J., Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Bloemenkamp Kitty, Grobbee Diederick E., Browne Joyce L. 30 okt 2019, In: BMJ global health. 4

Cross-sectional study of the health of southern African truck drivers

Lalla-Edward Samanta Tresha, Fischer Alex Emilio, Venter W D Francois, Scheuermaier Karine, Meel Ruchika, Hankins Catherine, Gomez Gabriela, Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Draaijer Melvin, Vos Alinda G 28 okt 2019, In: BMJ Open. 9

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