Rob Reuzel (1971) holds an MSc in Philosophy of science, technology and society with a basis in applied physics (University of Twente, 1995). In 1996, he started working on his PhD at the Radboud University Medical Centre, which he obtained cum laude with a thesis entitled Health technology assessment and interactive evaluation: different perspectives. His research interests entail evaluation at the boundaries of HTA, ethics, and policy sciences. Some large projects involved paediatric cochlear implantation and palliative sedation. Between 2006 and 2013 he coordinated a major in HTA, and since 2003, he is responsible for an undergraduate training in consultancy, both in the context of the Biomedical Sciences degree programme. As per October 2012, Rob is appointed programme coordinator of this programme. Rob is a principal lecturer at the Radboud University Medical Centre.