dr. K.R. (Karin) Jongsma

dr. K.R. (Karin) Jongsma

Associate Professor
dr. K.R. (Karin) Jongsma
  • Julius Center, dept. Global Public Health & Bioethics

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Child Health



Dr. Karin Jongsma is assistant professor at the Julius Center of the University Medical Center Utrecht, since September 2017. She obtained her PhD in medical ethics at the Erasmus University Medical Centre in 2016. She has an emerging track-record in the field of bioethics. She has a particular interest in topics of patient involvement, decision-making and bio-politics of new technologies,

Karin is a member of the Institutional Research Board of the University Medical Center Utrecht, and has aside her experience in science with policy-advising and council work for the Dutch Ministry of Health.  

Research Output (58)

Acht misvattingen over AI in de zorg

Jongsma Karin R., van Solinge Wouter W., Haitjema Saskia 13 Apr 2023, In: Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde. 167

Preventing Bias in Medical Devices:Identifying Morally Significant Differences

de Kanter Anne Floor J., van Daal Manon, de Graeff Nienke, Jongsma Karin R. 3 Apr 2023, In: American Journal of Bioethics. 23 , p. 35-37 3 p.

Responsible innovation in stem cell research:Using responsibility as a strategy

Assen L. S., Jongsma K. R., Isasi R., Utomo L., Tryfonidou M. A., Bredenoord A. L. 1 Mar 2023, In: Regenerative Medicine. 18 , p. 275-284 10 p.

Modeling policy development:examining national governance of stem cell-based embryo models

Fabbri Morris, Ginoza Margaret, Assen Lars, Jongsma Karin, Isasi Rosario Feb 2023, In: Regenerative Medicine. 18 , p. 155-168 14 p.

The boundary problem:Defining and delineating the community in field trials with gene drive organisms

de Graeff Nienke, Pirson Isabelle, van der Graaf Rieke, Bredenoord Annelien L., Jongsma Karin R. 2023, In: Bioethics. 37 , p. 600-609 10 p.

The ethics and epistemology of explanatory AI in medicine and healthcare

Durán Juan M., Sand Martin, Jongsma Karin Dec 2022, In: Ethics and Information Technology. 24

Correction to:Integrating artificial intelligence in pathology: a qualitative interview study of users' experiences and expectations

Drogt Jojanneke, Milota Megan, Vos Shoko, Bredenoord Annelien, Jongsma Karin Nov 2022, In: Modern Pathology. 35 , p. 1749 1 p.

Leaving Users in the Dark:A Call to Define Responsibilities toward Users of Neural Implanted Devices

Van Stuijvenberg Odile C., Bredenoord Annelien L., Broekman Marike L.D., Jongsma Karin R. 22 Oct 2022, In: AJOB Neuroscience. 13 , p. 233-236 4 p.

The Ethical Implications of Tissue Engineering for Regenerative Purposes:A Systematic Review

de Kanter Anne-Floor Johanna, Jongsma Karin Rolanda, Verhaar Marianne C, Bredenoord Annelien L 16 Sep 2022, In: Tissue engineering. Part B, Reviews. 29 , p. 167-187 21 p.

Better governance starts with better words:why responsible human tissue research demands a change of language

Lensink Michael A., Jongsma Karin R., Boers Sarah N., Bredenoord Annelien L. 1 Sep 2022, In: BMC Medical Ethics. 23

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