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Simone  Rauh

Since 2013, Simone has been working at the department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. She has a MSc degree in Research in Health Sciences from VU University Amsterdam, with a focus on clinical prediction modeling. Her PhD research focuses on the application of clinical prediction models and the identification of potential risk factors in observational cohort studies, including the development, internal and external validation and updating of prediction models.

Her current research focusses on the development of decision support tools in non-small cell lung cancer and on the comparison of individualized care versus a population-based approach. Furthermore, Simone teaches in the area of statistical methodology and clinical prediction modeling.