Lisa Hoogendam, PhD-student
I obtained my BSc in Medicine in 2017 at the Erasmus University. I joined the Hand-Wrist study group in April 2018 as a master student Health Sciences. During that period, my research interest was non-surgical treatment of thumb base osteoarthritis and identifying factors that are associated with treatment outcomes.
In September 2019, I started as a PhD-student in the Hand-Wrist study group. For the upcoming three years, I will focus on developing and evaluating the performance of prediction models for treatment outcomes of several common hand- and wrist disorders. I am currently working on a prediction model for treatment outcomes of Carpal Tunnel Release surgery.