prof. dr. M.C.J.M. (Miriam) Sturkenboom
prof. dr. M.C.J.M. (Miriam) Sturkenboom
- Department of Biostatistics and Research Support
- Julius Center Research Program Cardiovascular Epidemiology
Miriam Sturkenboom is head of the Department of Datascience and Biostatistics in the Julius Center at University Medical Center Utrecht in the Netherlands. She has a PhD from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics in Groningen (cum laude), a pharmacy degree from the same University and a Master in Epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health. She is past president of the International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology. She serves as expert to EMA, FDA, WHO and many other organizations. She was professor of Observational Data Anlysis at the department of Medical Informatics at Erasmus MC till 2017, and is professor of Real World Evidence at the University Medical Center Utrecht
Her research interests focus on transforming real world data into real world evidence on drug use, effectiveness and safety in vulnerable populations (children, pregnancy and elderly). Her research focuses on the creation of international ecosystems that allow for big data mining, pooling and analysis to learn about the use and effects of drugs after marketing. These infrastructures have been tested and used as prototypes in many distributed networks in projects funded by the European Commission, the Innovative Medicines Initiative, the European Medicines Agency, ECDC, and also privately funded projects that she coordinate(d/s). She was coordinator of the IMI funded ADVANCE public private collaboration, aiming to establish a tested system for the monitoring of benefits and risks of vaccines. She is coordinator of the IMI-funded ConcepTION project, building an ecosystem to assess drugs safety in pregnancy and lactation. She is member of the WHO Global Advisory Committee for Vaccine Safety. She is president of the Vaccine Monitoring Collaboration for Europe (vac4eu.org) and coordinates several studies on COVID019 vaccine safety monitoring for the European Medicines Agency
Research Output (114)
Watson Gabriella, Dodd Caitlin, Munoz Flor M, Eckert Linda O, Jones Christine E, Buttery Jim P, Yildirim Inci B, Kachikis Alisa, Heath Paul T, Schlaudecker Elizabeth P, Bond Nanette H, Santarcangelo Patricia L, Wilcox Christopher R, Bellamy Karen, Elmontser Mohnd, Sienas Laura, Simon Rebecca, Khalil Asma, Townsend Rosemary, Sturkenboom Miriam, Black Steve 28 Sep 2021, In: The Pediatric infectious disease journal. 40 , p. 1127-1134 8 p.
Huang Wan-Ting, Yang TienYu Owen, Law Barbara, Black Steve, Sturkenboom Miriam, Chen Robert Aug 2021, In: Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety. 30 , p. 381-382
Black Steven B, Law Barbara, Chen Robert T, Dekker Cornelia L, Sturkenboom Miriam, Huang Wan-Ting, Gurwith Marc, Poland Greg 6 May 2021, In: Vaccine. 39 , p. 2712-2718 7 p.
Dodd Caitlin, Andrews Nick, Petousis-Harris Helen, Sturkenboom Miriam, Omer Saad B, Black Steven May 2021, In: BMJ global health. 6 9 p.
Cocoros Noelle M, Arlett Peter, Dreyer Nancy A, Ishiguro Chieko, Iyasu Solomon, Sturkenboom Miriam, Zhou Wei, Toh Sengwee May 2021, In: Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. 109 , p. 1189-1196 8 p.
Pane Josep, Verhamme Katia M.C., Villegas Dorian, Gamez Laura, Rebollo Irene, Sturkenboom Miriam C.J.M. 24 Feb 2021, In: Medical devices (Auckland, N.Z.). 2021 , p. 43-57 15 p.
Willame Corinne, Dodd Caitlin, van der Aa Lieke, Picelli Gino, Emborg Hanne-Dorthe, Kahlert Johnny, Gini Rosa, Huerta Consuelo, Martín-Merino Elisa, McGee Chris, de Lusignan Simon, Roberto Giuseppe, Villa Marco, Weibel Daniel, Titievsky Lina, Sturkenboom Miriam C J M 19 Jan 2021, In: Drug Safety. 44 , p. 383-395 13 p.
Vander Stichele Robert H, Hay Christian, Fladvad Malin, Sturkenboom Miriam C J M, Chen Robert T 8 Jan 2021, In: Vaccine. 39 , p. 176-179 4 p.
Hoeve Christina E, de Vries Esther, Mol Peter G M, Sturkenboom Miriam C J M, Straus Sabine M J M Jan 2021, In: Drug Safety. 44 , p. 73-82 10 p.
Kajungu Dan, Muhoozi Michael, Stark James, Weibel Daniel, Sturkenboom Miriam C J M Dec 2020, In: PLoS ONE. 15 , p. 1-17