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Marianna Mitratza

Assistant Professor

Recent publications

Investigation of the use of a sensor bracelet for the presymptomatic detection of changes in physiological parameters related to COVID-19 Martin Risch, Kirsten Grossmann, Stefanie Aeschbacher, Ornella C Weideli, Marc Kovac, Fiona Pereira, Nadia Wohlwend, Corina Risch, Dorothea Hillmann, Thomas Lung, Harald Renz, Raphael Twerenbold, Martina Rothenb├╝hler, Daniel Leibovitz, Vladimir Kovacevic, Andjela Markovic, Paul Klaver, Timo B Brakenhoff, Billy Franks, Marianna Mitratza, George S Downward, Ariel Dowling, Santiago Montes, Diederick E Grobbee, Maureen Cronin, David Conen, Brianna M Goodale, Lorenz Risch,
BMJ Open, 2022, vol. 12, p.1-12
The performance of wearable sensors in the detection of SARS-CoV-2 infection Marianna Mitratza, Brianna Mae Goodale, Aizhan Shagadatova, Vladimir Kovacevic, Janneke van de Wijgert, Timo B Brakenhoff, Richard Dobson, Billy Franks, Duco Veen, Amos A Folarin, Pieter Stolk, Diederick E Grobbee, Maureen Cronin, George S Downward
The Lancet Digital Health, 2022, vol. 4, p.e370-e383
Investigating systemic autoimmune diseases as a group of causes of death: mortality burden and comorbidities Marianna Mitratza, Bart Klijs, A. Elisabeth Hak, Jan W. P. F. Kardaun, Anton E. Kunst
International journal of epidemiology, 2021, vol. 50, p.158-158
Het levenslange risico op dementie Bart Klijs, Marianna Mitratza, Peter P.M. Harteloh, Eric P. Moll van Charante, Edo Richard, Markus M.J. Nielen, Anton E. Kunst
Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 2021, vol. 165
Prevalence of diabetes mellitus at the end of life Marianna Mitratza, Anton E. Kunst, Peter P.M. Harteloh, Markus M.J. Nielen, Bart Klijs
Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 2020, vol. 160, p.108003
Systemic autoimmune disease as a cause of death Marianna Mitratza, Bart Klijs, A Elisabeth Hak, Jan W P F Kardaun, Anton E Kunst
Rheumatology (Oxford, England), 2020, vol. 60, p.1321-1330

Fellowships & Awards

2019: Best rapid presentation in the session of Chronic Diseases (SSM and International Epidemiological Association Joint Scientific Meeting 2019)