Marleen van Gelder’s research focuses on the safety of medication use during pregnancy. By disentangling the possible detrimental effects of medication use and the effects of the underlying disorder in the etiology of adverse pregnancy outcomes and infant health, she aims to contribute to more evidence-based use of pharmacologic treatment during pregnancy. She develops and validates novel methods of data collection that enable these pharmacoepidemiological studies. She obtained her PhD degree.
National & International Personal Prizes & Awards
2010: Frye Stipend for talented female researchers from the Radboud University Nijmegen