Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the research at RAIDIO, our team possesses varied backgrounds ranging from STS scholars, biomedical ethicists to trained pathologists.
Our researchers are based at institutes across the Netherlands as RAIDIO is a collaboration between the University Medical Centre Utrecht, Maastricht University, and Radboud UMC.
PhD Candidate in Ethics and Philosophy of Medical AI
Jojanneke Drogt is a PhD candidate at the University Medical Center Utrecht's Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care's subdepartment of Medical Humanities. Her doctoral research is part of the RAIDIO-project. She has a background in anthropology, biomedical science and philosophy.
Associate Professor of Bioethics
Karin Jongsma is associate professor at the Julius Center of the University Medical Center Utrecht. She has a particular interest in topics of patient involvement, decision-making and bio-politics of new technologies.
Assistant Professor in Cultural Analysis of Science and Media
Flora Lysen is assistant professor at Maastricht University and researcher in the Science, Technology and Society Studies (MUSTS) research group. Her research focuses on historical and current conceptions of automation, computation and visualization in the medical sciences, behavioural sciences, and brain and mind sciences.
Assistant Professor in Medical Humanities
Megan Milota is assistant professor medical humanities at the Julius Centre (UMC Utrecht). Milota is a member of the Nieuwe Utrechtste School, an interdisciplinary platform to improve the integration of the humanities in health education. At the Julius Centre for education innovation, she focuses on the implementation of the Arts in the medicine curriculum.
Shoko Vos is as pathologist at Radboud university medical center in Nijmegen. Her subspecialties are thoracic, gastrointestinal, liver, and renal pathology. She has a special interest in bio-ethical issues in pathology practice related to new developments (e.g. molecular pathology, digital pathology, artificial intelligence)
Professor of Digital Cultures
Sally Wyatt is professor of Digital Cultures and Associate Dean for Research at the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, Maastricht University. Her current research interests include the role of digital media in the production of knowledge (including questions around open access and collaboration), and the ways in which people incorporate the internet into their practices for finding and producing health information.
Professor of Ethics of Biomedical Innovation
Annelien Bredenoord is Rector Magnificus of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, professor Ethics of Technologies, member of the Dutch Senate, supervisory authority and director and works at the interface of healthcare, technology and innovation, ethics and politics.