2. Supervision of PhD students and scientific projects, VU Amsterdam, Tilburg University, and University of Southern Denmark

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I have supervised the following PhD students and research projects:

1. Ms. Kim van Bastelaar. 2005-2010: On-line: Web-based Cognitive Behavioural
Therapy (CBT) for Diabetic Adults with Minor to Moderately Severe
Depression. A Randomised Controlled Trial. Funding: Dutch Diabetes
Research Foundation (Diabetes Fonds), Euro 249.859. Role: co-applicant and cosupervisor
(co-promotor). Promotor: prof Frank Snoek

2. 2005-2010. Addition Of Eicosapentaenoic Acid To Maintenance Anti-
Depressant Therapy In Diabetes Patients With Major Depressive Disorder: A
Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Pilot Study. Funding: Dutch Diabetes
Research Foundation (Diabetes Fonds) and Minami Nutrition, Euro 90.000. Role:
principal investigator

3. Ms. Mariska Bot. 2008-2012: Co-morbid depression in patients with diabetes.
PhD-project, collaboration with prof. dr. P. de Jonge (Tilburg University). Role:
promotor. Sponsor: CoRPS, Tilburg University: Euro 180.000.

4. Ms Giesje Nefs. 2009-2013: Depression and type D personality in primary
care patients with type 2 diabetes: longitudinal results from the DiaZoB
study. Collaboration with prof. dr. Victor Pop and prof. Johan Denollet. Role:
promotor. Sponsor: CoRPS, Tilburg University: Euro 180.000.

Note: thesis of Dr. G. Nefs was awarded the Dr F. Gerritzen Award for excellent
diabetes research

5. Ms Antoinette Pommer. 2010-2014: Disease Management of Co-morbid
Depression and Anxiety in primary care patients with chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease (COPD): a randomised controlled trial. Collaboration with
prof. dr. Victor Pop and prof. Johan Denollet. Role: principal investigator and
promotor. Sponsors: ZON-MW (Dutch Government: Euro 230.000) and CoRPS,
Tilburg University.

6. Ms Corinne Stoop. 2010-2014: Disease Management of Co-morbid Depression
and Anxiety in primary care patients with type 2 diabetes: a randomised
controlled trial. Sponsors: ZON-MW (Dutch Government: Euro 230.000) and
CoRPS, Tilburg University. Collaboration with prof. dr. Victor Pop and Dr. Viola
Spek. Role: principal investigator and promotor.

7. Mr Tibor Hajos. 2009-2012: Insulin therapy and Quality of Life. Collaboration
with prof. dr. F.J. Snoek (principal investigator), prof M. Diamant and T. Hajos
(VUmc Amsterdam). Role: co-applicant and co-promotor. Sponsor: Sanofi-Aventis
and VU University. Euro 175.000

8. Ms Jenny van Son. 2009-2013: Treatment of co-morbid emotional problems in
patients with type 2 diabetes: evaluation of a Mindfulness-based cognitive
behavioural therapy intervention. Collaboration with prof. dr. V. Pop and dr. I.
Nyklicek (principal investigator). Role: co-applicant and promotor. Sponsor: Dutch
Diabetes Research Foundation and CoRPS, Tilburg University: Total of Euro
180.000.

9. Ms Marion van der Heijden. 2009-2013: Evaluation of a physical activity
intervention in people with type 2 diabetes: the DiaFyZoB study. Collaboration
with prof. dr. V. Pop (principal investigator). Role: promotor. Sponsor: CZ and
CoRPS, Tilburg University: total of Euro 180.000.

10. Ms. Anke Nieuwesteeg. 2010-2015: Parent-child interactions and parenting
stress in families with a young child with diabetes. Collaboration with prof. dr.
Hedwig van Bakel and Dr. Esther Hartman. Role: co-applicant and promotor.
Funding: Dutch Diabetes Research Foundation and CoRPS (total Euro 175.000).

11. Ms. Fleur van Dooren. 2011-2015: Emotional distress and microvascular
complications: the Maastricht Study. Collaboration with dr Miranda Schram
(University of Maastricht) and professor Johan Denollet. Role: promotor.
Sponsors: Maastricht University and CoRPS, Tilburg University: Euro 180.000.

12. Ms Pauline Visser. 2011-2015: Testing biologic interaction between diabetes
and cancer on mortality and patient reported outcomes. Collaboration with
Prof. dr. Lonneke van der Poll-Franse and dr. M. Thong. Role: co-applicant and
promotor. Sponsor: European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes (EFSD: Euro
300.000.

13. Given Hapunda. 2011-2015: Psychosocial Functioning in Individuals with
Diabetes Mellitus in Zambia. Collaboration with prof. dr. Fons van de Vijver
(principal investigator) and dr. Amina Ali. Role: promotor. Funding: none

14. Ms Sanne Westra 2013-2017: Depression and health-related quality of life
in diabetes mellitus and the relation with vitamin D status. Collaboration with
VU Amsterdam and Medical Center Alkmaar, prof Paul Lips and dr. Suat Simsek.
Funding: none (external candidate). Role: promotor
PhD-projects or other projects that are not completed yet:

15. Ms. Linh Nguyen. 2014-2019. Depression and anxiety in adolescents with
type 1 diabetes: true scope of the problem. Collaboration with Diabeter Clinics,
Dr. Henk-Jan Aanstoot and Dr. G. Nefs. Funding: Dutch Diabetes Research
Foundation. Funding: Euro 275.000 Role: co-applicant and promotor.

16. Ms. Jori Aalders. 2014-2019. Whose diabetes is it anyway? Exploring the
transfer of diabetes care responsibilities from parents to children with type
1 diabetes. Collaboration with Diabeter Clinics, Dr. Henk-Jan Aanstoot and Dr. G.
Nefs. Funding: NWO (Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research)
Onderzoekstalent/NWO Research Talent (grant for young, talented researchers at
the MSc level). Role: principal investigator and promotor. Euro 150.000

17. 2016. Co-applicant (senior) of granted VENI-application to Dr. G. Nefs (PI,
Radboud University, Nijmegen): Navigating between Scylla and Charybdis
with your eyes closed: Psychological predictors and consequences of
nocturnal hypoglycemia in type 1 diabetes (Euro 250.000). NWO (Netherlands
Organisation for Scientific Research), VENI (grant for young, very talented and
creative researchers at the post doc level).

18. Ms. Nanna Lindekilde. 2018-2020. Risk of type 2 diabetes in people with a
psychiatric disorder (PhD-student, Department of Psychology, University of
Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark: Collaboration with Dr. Jan-Erik Henriksen
(MD, director STENO Diabetes Center Odense), Dr. Mathias Lasgaard, Department
of Psychology, University of Southern Denmark, and DEFACTUM, Central Region
Denmark and Dr. Katrine Hass Rubin, Odense University Hospital and Department
of Clinical Research, University of Southern Denmark. Funding: Department of
Psychology, SDU Role: principal investigator and promotor. Euro 220.000

19. ms Clea Bruun Johansen. 2018-2020. Development of an intervention
targeting emerging adults with type 1 diabetes. Supervisors: prof F. Pouwer,
prof Hening Beck-Nielsen, Dr. Mette Rothmann

20. Co-applicant and leader of work package 6 of the HypoResolve study (www.hyporesolve.
eu). Hypo-RESOLVE: hypoglycaemia and its impact in diabetes.
Funding: Horizon 2020, IMI2, total budget 26.800.000 euro, collaboration
between 23 partners in 10 countries. Role: co-applicant and leader of work
package 6 (psychosocial impact of hypoglycaemia) and promotor. Work package
6: total budget of 1.700.000 euro, 5 PhD students and 1 postdoc researcher
(4 years) will be appointed at SDU, embedded within work package 6.

Post doc: Dr. Melanie Broadley

PhD-Students:
Ms Manon Coolen (psychological impact of hypoglycemia in children and adolescents with diabetes)
Ms Mette Valdersdorf jensen (psychological impact of hypoglycemia in family members of people with diabetes)
Ms Hannah Chatwin (psychological impact of hypoglycemia in adults with type 1 diabetes)
Mr. Kevin Matlock III ((psychological impact of hypoglycemia in adults with type 2 diabetes)
Mr Uffe Søholm (clinical study to determine the psychological impact hypoglycemia)


Kursus periode01/01/200501/04/2022
Kursus niveauPh.d