M. (Marit) de Jong

PHD Candidate - Medical

  • Department of Epidemiology
  • Julius Center Research Program Cardiovascular Epidemiology

M. (Marit) de Jong


Marit de Jong has a background in biomedical sciences, BSc (2013) and medicine, MD MSc (2017). Subsequently, she started as a PhD student at the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, UMC Utrecht. Her research is mainly focused on sex differences in diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

Marit combines her PhD with the post-graduate master of Epidemiology.

Research Output (3)

Adverse differences in cardiometabolic risk factor levels between individuals with pre-diabetes and normal glucose metabolism are more pronounced in women than in men:The Maastricht Study

De Ritter Rianneke, Sep Simone J.S., Van Der Kallen Carla J.H., Schram Miranda T., Koster Annemarie, Kroon Abraham A., Van Greevenbroek Marleen M.J., Eussen Simone J.P.M., Dagnelie Pieter C., De Jong Marit, Vos Rimke C., Woodward Mark, Bots Michiel L., Peters Sanne A.E., Stehouwer Coen D.A. 15 nov 2019, In: BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care. 7

Sex differences in cardiovascular risk management for people with diabetes in primary care: a cross-sectional study.

de Jong Marit, Vos Rimke, Bots Michael L, De Ritter Rianneke, van der Kallen Carla J H, Sep Simone J S, Stehouwer Coen DA, Woodward Mark, Peters Sanne 23 jul 2019, In: BJGP Open. 3 11 p.

Pioglitazone and the secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease. A meta-analysis of randomized-controlled trials

de Jong Marit, van der Worp H Bart, van der Graaf Yolanda, Visseren Frank L J, Westerink Jan 2017, In: Cardiovascular Diabetology [E]. 16