Publication: buffering effect of HRV in the stressor-strain process

This week, JMIR (Journal of Medical Internet Research) Cardio published our paper ‘Moderation of the Stressor-Strain Process in Interns by Heart Rate Variability Measured With a Wearable and Smartphone App: Within-Subject Design Using Continuous Monitoring‘. In this blogpost, I’ll attempt to break down the paper’s key findings in relatively lay language. This paper is part… Continue reading Publication: buffering effect of HRV in the stressor-strain process

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New function at TNO

TNO Soesterberg

Currently, I am modeling the resilience of employees based on data that was measured using wearables and apps for my PhD. Although I am formally employed by the Hanze University of Applied Sciences, my PhD trajectory is a collaboration with the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) and TNO. During my PhD I have been participating… Continue reading New function at TNO

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Different impact of cycling and running on body composition during weight loss

July 29th, 2020; cycling in the Ardennes

What did I do? After a few years that were quite impactful on a personal level, I bought a race bike last January and started cycling last year. As a side effect of resuming regular exercise, I gradually started paying more attention to other lifestyle factors. Over the course of last year, I lost some… Continue reading Different impact of cycling and running on body composition during weight loss