Thuis
Contacten

    Hoofdpagina


Personal information

Dovnload 107.85 Kb.

Personal information



Datum04.04.2017
Grootte107.85 Kb.

Dovnload 107.85 Kb.

Curriculum Vitae dr. MMTE Huynen

PERSONAL INFORMATION


Dr. Maud Maria Theresia Elisabeth Huynen






P.O. Box 616, 6200 MD, Maastricht, The Netherlands

+31-433884840 +31-617146433

m.huynen@maastrichtuniversity.nl

www.icis.unimaas.info

Sex F | Date of birth 04/04/1978 | Nationality Dutch



WORK EXPERIENCE





2011-current

Research Fellow Global Health (permanent; 0.8fte)

International Centre for Integrated assessment and Sustainable development (ICIS), Maastricht University

Researcher involved in several research projects related to global change (mainly climate change) and health.

Other research projects relate to e.g. the European and Dutch science policy regarding sustainable development, and integrating sustainability into nurse education.



2008- 2010

Research Fellow Global Health (fixed-term; 1.0 fte)

International Centre for Integrated assessment and Sustainable development (ICIS), Maastricht University

Researcher involved in several research projects related to global change and health, e.g., the health effects of climate change in Europe, the health effects of climate change in the Netherlands, and the future health implications of globalisation.

2006- 2008

Researcher Global Health (fixed-term; 1.0 fte)

International Centre for Integrated assessment and Sustainable development (ICIS), Maastricht University

Researcher involved in several research projects related to global change and health, e.g., the health effects of climate change in Europe, the health effects of climate change in the Netherlands, and the future health implications of globalisation

2002- 2005

Ph.D. researcher

International Centre for Integrated assessment and Sustainable development (ICIS), Maastricht University

PhD project: Future health in a globalising world.

Other research carried out in this period primarily related to the health effects of climate change.



1998- 2001

Student assistant

International Centre for Integrated assessment and Sustainable development (ICIS), Maastricht University

Supporting research projects, developing PowerPoint presentations, assistant editor scientific journal


EDUCATION & TRAINING






2002-2007

Degree received: 11/4/2008



Doctorate / Ph.D.




International Centre for Integrated assessment and Sustainable development (ICIS), Maastricht University. Supervisor: Prof. dr. Pim Martens

Title of Ph.D. thesis: Future health in a globalising world

1996-2001

Degree received: 30/11/2001



M.Sc. Environmental Health (Clear Pass)




Maastricht University

Title of M.Sc. thesis: Linkages between biodiversity loss and human health: a global indicator analysis

1999-2000

Registration received: 07/04/03



M.Sc. Epidemiology




Maastricht University

Title of M.Sc. thesis: Temperature and mortality in The Netherlands, 1979-1997: Tthe impact of cold spells

Registration as MSc in Epidemiology by the Netherlands Epidemiological Society





PERSONAL SKILLS





Mother tongue(s)

Dutch







Other language(s)

UNDERSTANDING

SPEAKING

WRITING

Listening

Reading

Spoken interaction

Spoken production




English

C2

C2

C2

C1

C2




Levels: A1/2: Basic user - B1/2: Independent user - C1/2 Proficient user

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages






Computer skills

  • Microsoft Word, SPSS 13.0, Excel, EleUm Blackboard, and Powerpoint




Other skills

  • Good communication skills gained through my experience as researcher in interdisciplinary/ (international) research projects and as a teacher in various BA and MSc programmes

  • Good education- and research-related management skills gained through my experience as education coordinator (part of management team) and as work-package leader in research projects

  • Excellent didactic skills gained through my experience as MSC programme developer, course developer, course coordinator, lecturer and tutor at university level. Teacher Qualification certificate (BKO, Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs). Nominated for the Maastricht University Education Prize 2009


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION





Short bioSketch  
Maud Huynen (1978) holds Masters Degrees in Environmental Health Science (2001) and Epidemiology (2003) and a Ph.D. in Global Health (2008).  She conducted her Ph.D. research ‘Future Health in a globalising world’ at the International Centre for Integrated Assessment and Sustainable Development (ICIS), Maastricht University. This PhD-project explored possible global health futures by means of the health transition theory, scenario analysis, and an integrated framework for globalisation and health. She currently is a research fellow at ICIS on topics related to global and environmental health.
In 2005-2010, Maud Huynen worked on the EU-FP6 INTARESE project as work package leader for WP3.7 Climate, which performs an integrated risk assessment of the "health impacts of climate change". More recently, Maud worked as work package leader on the ERA-NET-project ENHanCE (Risk assessment of the impact of global warming on human health and well-being) and as a researcher on the EU FP7 VISION RD4SD project (VISION Research and Development for Sustainable Development). In addition, she is/has been involved in several Dutch projects exploring the health impacts of climate change. She is lead author of the ZonMw proposal for a national research programme on ‘Climate Change and Health’ and acted as a reviewer of the Health Council of The Netherlands' report 'Mondiale milieu-invloed op onze gezondheid'.
Maud is currently working on the NurSus TOOLKIT project (NurSusTOOLKIT: A Teaching and Learning Resource for Sustainability in Nursing; 2014-2017; Erasmus+ Programme), as work package leader of WP2 and WP3. She is also involved in the HealthCap project (Health research capacity and water-related diseases- Improving Risk Assessment Strategies for Public Health Care in Uzbekistan 2014-2017, Volkswagen Foundation). In addition she conducts independent research into the health impacts of heat waves in the Netherlands (i.e. the HEAL project).
Until 2012, Maud coordinated the teaching activities carried out by ICIS. She has been involved in developing the MSc. Sustainability Science and Policy (MSc SSP). Maud has developed several BA and MSc courses for the Maastricht University College (UCM), the Maastricht Graduate School of Governance (MGSoG), the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Science (FHML), and the Maastricht Graduate School of Sustainability Science (MUST). She currently coordinates the SSP course ‘Fundamentals of Sustainable Development’ and the UCM course ‘Sustainable Development: an introduction’. She teaches in several bachelor and master courses on topics related to sustainable development, global health, globalisation, environmental law, and Integrated Assessment. Maud has been nominated for the Maastricht University Education Prize 2009.

Research interests      

  • Global health

  • Environmental health, including the health effects of climate change

  • Globalisation and global change

  • Sustainable development

  • Integrated Assessment and integrated scenarios analysis in particular

  • Sustainability in education


International research projects

2014-present NurSus TOOLKIT. NurSusTOOLKIT: A Teaching and Learning Resource for Sustainability in Nursing; 2014-2017, financially supported by Erasmus+ programme. Leading work packages (activities) 2 and 3, developing the Sustainability Literacy and Competences (SLC) framework and learning materials.

2014-present Health Cap. Health research capacity and water-related diseases- Improving Risk Assessment Strategies for Public Health Care in Uzbekistan; 2014-2017, financially supported by the Volkswagen Foundation. Health Cap a science-based capacity building project to improve risk assessment strategies to address the growing threat from water-related diseases (WRD) in Uzbekistan.

Principal investigator on WP4 (Integrated Assessment of Water-related diseases). HealtCap is coordinated by the International Centre for Development Research, University of Bonn (ZEF). Work will be carried out in collaboration with three partners in Uzbekistan.

2012-2013 VISION Research and Development for Sustainable Development (VISION RD4SD). EU 7th framework programme Researcher (e.g. the Dutch science policy case study).

2009-2012 ENHanCE:‘Risk assessment of the impact of global warming on human health and well-being’. Financially supported by VROM/ERA-NET.

Work package leader of WP5 (Participatory Integrated Assessment of societal responses) and WP6 (Integrated Assessment Scenarios). Co-supervisor of PhD student. International partners are University of Liverpool (UK) and CIRAD (France).

2005-2010 INtegrated Assessment of health Risks of Environmental Stressors in Europe (INTARESE). EU 6th framework programme.

Principal investigator and work package leader of WP3.7 (integrated risk assessment of the health impacts of climate change) and contributor to WP4.2 (Toolbox construction) and WP4.3 (mega case study). INTARESE is coordinated by Imperial College London; international partners in WP3.7 are London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM, UK), Department of Civil Protection Rome (Italy), Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU, Norway), Institut de veille sanitaire (InVS, France).


    1. Development of MA programme ‘Governance for Sustainable Development’, University of Cape Coast, Ghana. Financially supported by NPT-Nuffic. International partner in this project is the Centre for Development Studies (CDS), Cape Coast University.



National research projects

2013-present HEAL(Health Effects of heAtwaves in Limburg). Partially funded by SWOL.

2013 KNMI next scenarios: pilot exploration of health effects.

In collaboration with KNMI, The Netherlands.

2009-2011 Klimaatbestendig Nederland

Financially supported by Plan Bureau voor de Leefomgeving (PBL) en Knowledge for Climate (KvK).

Researcher on climate and health.

2008-2009 Quickscan klimaatbestendig Nederland.

Financially supported by Plan Bureau voor de Leefomgeving (PBL).

Researcher on climate and health.

2007-2008 Societies' Common Cold. Exploring the Linkage among THC-collapse, abrupt climate change and human health and well-being.

Financially supported by NWO-VAM.

Principal researcher on climate and health.

2007-2008 Mondiale milieuveranderingen en gezondheid: stand van de kennis. Financially supported by ZonMw/NWO.

Researcher on climate and health. Lead author of project report.

2005-2006 Helping Operationalise article Two in the Netherlands: Identifying research gaps (HOT-4).

Financially supported by the Dutch National Research Programme on Global Change – Scientific assessments and policy analysis (NRP-GC-WAB).

Principal researcher on climate change and health.

2002-2007 Future health in a globalising world.

PhD project financially supported by the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (MNP).

2005 The effects of climate change in the Netherlands.

Project conducted at the request of the Secretary of State for the Environment. Financially supported by the Dutch National Research Programme on Global Change – Scientific assessments and policy analysis (NRP-GC-WAB).

Principal researcher on climate change and health. Lead author of health chapter.


    1. Re-evaluation of the Netherlands Long-Term Climate Targets (NLTCT).

Financially supported by the Dutch National Research Programme on Global Change – Scientific assessments and policy analysis (NRP-GC-WAB).

Principal researcher on climate change and health.

2000-2001 Integrated Assessment of Vulnerability and Adaptation Options to Climate Change in the Netherlands’.

Financially supported by the Dutch National Research Programme (NRP).

Researcher on climate change and health.


Teaching activities

Please note that I have obtained the Teacher Qualification certificate (BKO, Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs).

2014-present Co-promotor PhD student Bram Oosterbroek, Ph. D. project: The Impact of Ecosystem (Dis)Services on Human health: a Spatial Model

2011-present Principal course developer and co-coordinator of the course-module ‘Fundamentals of Sustainable Development’, MSc Programme Sustainability Science and Policy, Maastricht University

2011-present Member Planning Committee of the course-module ‘Environmental Law, Economic Regulation and Sustainability’, MSc Programme Sustainability Science and Policy, Maastricht University

2011-present Chair Education Committee, member Curriculum committee, member Board of Admission, advisor Examination Committee, MSc Programme Sustainability Science and Policy, Maastricht University

2011-present Principal course developer and co-coordinator of the course-module ‘Sustainable Development: an introduction’, BA Programme, University College Maastricht

2002-present Supervisor of several BA and MSc thesis students.

2013-2014 Member Planning Committee of the course-module ‘Climate change and Public Health’, BA programme European Public Health, Maastricht University.

2011-2012 Member Planning Committee of the course-modules ‘Sustainability Assessment Methods and Tools’ and, ‘Sustainability Assessment Project’, MSc Programme Sustainability Science and Policy, Maastricht University

2011 Programme Coordinator MSc Sustainability Science and Policy, Maastricht University

2009-2010 Co-course developer of the course-module ‘Governing health in a global context’, MA Programme Global Health, Maastricht University

2005-2011 Track co-ordinator of the track-elective ‘Sustainable Development’, MA Programme Public Policy and Human Development, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Maastricht University.

2005-2011 Principal course-developer and co-ordinator of the course-module ‘Introduction to Sustainable Development’, MA Programme Public Policy and Human Development, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Maastricht University.

2005-2011 Member Planning Committee of the course-modules ‘Sustainability in a globalising world’, ‘Implementing sustainable development; a government perspective’’ and ‘Integrated Assessment’, MA Programme Public Policy and Human Development, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Maastricht University.

2004-2011 Overall coordinator of teaching activities carried out by the International Centre for Integrated assessment and Sustainable Development (ICIS), Maastricht University.

2004-2007 Principal course developer and co-coordinator of the course-module ‘Globalisation, Environmental Change en Society’, BA Programme, University College Maastricht

2004-2009 Member Planning Committee of the course-modules ‘Introduction to Sustainable development’ and Hands-on Sustainability’ , BA Programme, University College Maastricht.


  1. Lecturer on ‘Urbanization Trends and Human Health’, graduate course in Environmental Health Science, Maastricht University.

    1. Co-ordinator course module ‘Human-Environment Relationships’, MSc Programme in Environmental Health Science, Maastricht University

2002 Visiting lecturer on ‘Global Environmental Change and Human health’, Global Health Education Project, International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA), Amsterdam.
Editorial Boards and Memberships

2014-present Member Global Challenge Steering Group Responding to Climate Change, Worldwide Universities network (WUN).

2011-present Chair Education Committee, member Curriculum committee, member Board of Admission, advisor Examination Committee, MSc Programme Sustainability Science and Policy, Maastricht University

2010-2013 Member Education Committee MUST (Maastricht University Graduate School of Sustainability Science)

2009-present Young Researcher Academy Maastricht (aims to encourage communication between research fields within Maastricht University and young talented top researchers of the different faculties).

2008-2013 Member Education Board SENSE (Research School for Socio-Economic and Natural Sciences of the Environment).

2008-2010 Member Ecohealth (International Association for Ecology and Health)

2008-2009 Member Platform Globalization and Development, Maastricht University

2007-2010 Member Steering Committee IGIR (Institute for Globalisation and International Regulation), Maastricht University.

2007-2010 Member Initiatiefgroep Mondiale Milieuverandering en Gezondheid.

2005-2010 Member Editorial Board International journal ‘Globalization and Health’.

2003-present Member of the Global Ecological Integrity Group (GEIG).

2002-2005 Member of the Netherlands Epidemiological Association.

2001-2002 Assistant Editor International journal ‘Global Change and Human Health: Reviews on Globalisation, Environmental Change and Health’.


Organiser of conference sessions/workshops


2009 Chair session ‘Public health and urbanization’, SENSE Symposium ‘Climate Proofing Cities’, Amsterdam/Volendam, December 1st, 2009

2008 Co-organiser symposium ‘Oploopdebat Klimaatverandering en Gezondheid’ (Dutch Symposium on Climate Change and Health), September 18th, 2008, Amsterdam.

2008 Co-organiser of the ICIS 10th anniversary Symposium ‘The Future is now’, April 22, 2008, Maastricht.

2007 Co-organiser of the health-workshop ‘Klimaatvragen over ziekten en plagen’ at the Symposium ‘Maak ruimte voor klimaat’, Nationaal Programma Adaptatie Ruimte en Klimaat (ARK), November 27, 2007, Zeist.

2005 Organiser of the session on ‘Globalisation, sustainability and human health’ at the 6th Open Meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research Community, Bonn, 9-13 October 2005.

2005 Co-organiser/facilitator of two ‘course- development’ workshops at the Center for Development Studies (CDS), University of Cape Coast, Ghana.

2003 Co-organiser workshop ‘Phenology and human health’, 16-17 January 2003, WHO Rome.

2001 Organiser workshop: Integrated assessment of vulnerability and adaptation options to climate change in the Netherlands, 29-30 March 2001, Utrecht.



Other activities

  • Member follow-up committee RESPRIT project (funded by BELSPO), starts mid-2016

  • Member PhD assessment Committee Toan Do Thanh, ICIS, Maastricht University

  • In 2014, I was an external expert and reviewer for the Dutch report (RIVM 2014) on the health impacts of climate change in support of the development of the 2017 Dutch National adaptation strategy

  • Reviewer for BELSPO

  • WHO temporary advisor. Policy options for climate change and health, 10-11 January 2010, Bonn, Germany.

  • In 2009, I was an external expert and reviewer for the Dutch Health Council’s report entitled ‘Global environmental impact on health’.

  • In 2009, I was lead author of the widely supported proposal for a national research programme on climate change and health (initiative by ZonMW and the research programme ‘Kennis voor Klimaat’).

  • In 2008-2009, I have been a member of the management team of the International Centre for Integrated Assessment and Sustainable Development (ICIS), Maastricht University.

  • WHO temporary advisor. Defining health relevant climate change indicators, 14-15 May 2009, Bonn, Germany Collaboration with Colin Soskolne, University of Alberta- Co-authoring paper ‘Eco-epidemiological enquiry under global ecological change: an integrated assessment toolkit for beginners’ accepted for publication in the European Journal of Oncology (2009).

  • August 2008: Work visit to NILU, Tromso, Norway (INTARESE).

  • February & May 2005, May 2007: Work visits to Cape Coast University, Ghana (NPT-Nuffic).

  • Collaboration with Bruno Benavides, Jhpiego, John Hopkins University - Co-authoring paper ‘The epidemiologic transition in Peru’ published in the Pan American Journal of Public Health (2005).

  • Collaboration with Dr. Bettina Menne, WHO - Co-editing WHO report on phenology, climate change and allergic disorders published in 2003.

  • I have attended and given presentations at several international conferences and workshops.

  • Reviewer for several international journals, e.g. The Lancet, Environmental Health Perspectives, Climate Change, European Journal of Public Health, Globalization and Health, Environmental Science and Policy, Health Promotion International

  • Reviewer project proposal: The Wellcome Trust, UK

Scholarships and prizes



  • Universiteitsfonds Limburg, SWOL. Partial funding of the HEAL projec t 2013-2014.

  • Nominated for the Maastricht University Education Prize 2009

  • I was elected in the Dutch Top 100 of promising young women (‘de grote lijst van 100 veelbelovende vrouwen 2007’) by the Dutch glossy magazine BLVD (Jaargang 15, Nr. 1/2, January/February 2007).

  • Universiteitsfonds Limburg, SWOL. Partial payment of conference visit: Global Integrity Group Conference ‘Global Ecological Integrity and the Sustainability of Civilization: Hard and Soft Law Perspectives’. June 29- July 3 2005, Venice, Italy.

  • Universiteitsfonds Limburg, SWOL. Partial payment of conference visit: ‘Healthy ecosystems, Health people’. June 6-11, 2002, Washington, DC.



PUBLICATIONS





International (refereed) journals
Richardson J, Heidenreich T, Álvarez-Nieto C, Fasseur F, Grose J, Huss N, Huynen M, López-Medina IM, Schweizer A. (2016). Including sustainability issues in nurse education: A comparative study of first year student nurses' attitudes in four European countries.Nurse Education Today, 37, 15-20.

Oosterbroek, B., de Kraker, J., Huynen, M.M.T.E., Martens, P. (2016). Assessing ecosystem impacts on health: A tool review. Ecosystem Services, 17, 237-254.

Huynen, M.M.T.E., Martens, P.(2015). Climate Change Effects on Heat-and Cold-Related Mortality in the Netherlands: A Scenario-Based Integrated Environmental Health Impact Assessment. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(10), 13295-13320

Akin, S.M., Martens, P., Huynen, M.M.T.E. (2015). Climate Change and Infectious Disease Risk in Western Europe: A Survey of Dutch Expert Opinion on Adaptation Responses and Actors. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(8):9726-9749.

Huynen, M., Martens, P., Akin, S., (2013). Climate change: an amplifier of existing health risks in developing countries. DOI : 10.1007/s10668-013-9450-4. Accepted for publication in Environment, Development and Sustainability

Martens, P., Huynen, M., Akin, S., Hilderink, H. & Soskolne, C.L. (2011). Globalisation and human health: complexity, links and research gaps. IHDP Update, 1, 2-6.

Martens P, Akin S, Huynen M, Raza M. (2010). Is globalization healthy: a statistical indicator analysis of the impacts of globalization on health. Globalization and Health, 6:16 (17 September 2010).

Martens, P., Aerts, J.C.J.H., Amelung, B., Bouwer, L.M., Chang, C.T., Huynen, M., Van Ierland, E.C.,  Van Koppen, C.S.A., McEvoy, D., Mol, A.P.J.,  & Van Tatenhove, J. (2010). Imagining the unimaginable: synthesis of essays on abrupt and extreme climate change. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 2, 1-9.

McIntyre, K.M., Setzkorn, C., Baylis, M., Waret-Szkuta, A., Caminade, C., Morese, A.P., Akin, S., Huynen, M., Martens, P., & Mornad, S. (2010). Impact of climate change on human and animal health. The Veterinary Record, 167, 586.

Huynen, MMTE and en van Vliet, AJH. Climate Change and health in the Netherlands [in Dutch] Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 2009, 153: A1515.

Soskolne, CL, Huynen MMTE, Ladd, BD and Martens, P (2009). Eco-epidemiological enquiry under global ecological change: an integrated assessment toolkit for beginners. European Journal of Oncology.

Huynen MMTE, Martens P, Hilderink H. The health impacts of globalisation: a conceptual framework. Globalization and Health, 2005, 1: article number 14 (12 pages). Labelled as highly accessed (most accessed paper all time).

Huynen M, Vollebregt L, Martens P, Benavides B. The epidemiologic transition in Peru. Pan American Journal of Public Health, 2005, 17: 51-59.

Huynen M.M.T.E., Martens P., De Groot R.S. Linkages between biodiversity loss and human health: a global statistical indicator analysis. International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 2004 14: 13-30.

Martens P., Huynen M.M.T.E. A future without health? The health dimension in global scenario studies. Bulletin of the World Health Organisation, 2003, 81: 896-901.

Martens P. , Huynen M. M.T. E. Will global change reduce thermal stress in the Netherlands? Epidemiology, 2001, 12: 753-754.

Huynen M., Martens P., Schram D., Weijenberg M. P. et al. The impact of heat waves and cold spells on mortality rates in the Dutch population. Environmental Health Perspectives, 2001, 109: 463-470.

Books

 Huynen MMTE. Future health in a globalising world. Maastricht: University Press Maastricht; 2008. PhD Thesis.  


National (refereed) journals

Huynen MMTE en van Vliet AJH (2009). Klimaatverandering en gezondheid in Nederland. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde. 2009;153: A1515

Maud Huynen, Guus de Hollander, Pim Martens and Johan Mackenbach (2009). De gezondheidseffecten van klimaatverandering: toenemende aandacht binnen wetenschap en beleid. Tijdschrift voor gezondheidswetenschappen, 87 (4), 140-142.

Huynen, M. Mondialisering vergt een nieuwe kijk op gezondheid. Tijdschrift voor gezondheidswetenschappen. 2008-1. Pp. 5-7

Huynen MMTE, Martens P. Een mondialiserende gezondheid? Invloed mondialiserings-proces op de toekomstige gezondheidstransitie. Arena, 2003, 9: 105-108. [in Dutch].

Martens, P. & Huynen, M.M.T.E. Climate change and health: impacts and a dialogue with stakeholders [Klimaatverandering en gezondheid: effecten en een dialoog met belanghebbenden]. Arena, 2001, 7 (8), Het Dossier 2-6 [in Dutch].


Book Chapters

Huynen, MMTE., and Martens P. (2015). Sustainability and Health. In. Heinrichs, H., Martens, P., Michelsen, G., and Wiek, A. Sustainability Science- an introduction. Springer. Chapter 20, 247-260.

Martens, P., Huynen, M.M.T.E., Akin, S.M. (2014). Health in a globalising world. How climate changes the equation. In: Wuyi, W., Krafft, T., Rosenberg, M. & Pilot, E. (eds.) (2014). Health and environmental change in urban areas. China Environment Press, Beijing. Chapter 2, 21-32.

Amelung, B, Huynen M, Martens P (2008). Catching a cold or enjoying the breeze? Exploring the linkages between THC-collapse, human health and tourism. In: NWO/VAM. What if…abrupt and extreme climate change? The Hague: Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, Programme VAM (Vulnerability, Adaptation, Mitigation.

Huynen, MMTE, Martens P, Hilderink H (2008). The health impacts of globalisation- a conceptual framework. In: Exner M, Klein G, Rechkemmer A, Schmidt F. Towards sustainable global health. SOURCE publication series of UNU-EHS. No. 11/2008. Bornheim: Paffenholz.

Huynen MMTE, and Martens P. (2008). The links between globalisation, human rights and health. In: Soskolne C. Sustaining Life On Earth: Environmental and Human Health Through Global Governance. Lanham: Lexington Books.

Martens P and Huynen M (2008). Using integrated assessment to analyze and forecast the future effects of global environmental change. In: Bakker D and Nieuwenhijsen MJ. Environmental Epidemiology: study methods and application. Oxford: Oxford University press.

Beumer, C, Huynen MMTE, and Martens P (2008).  Finding paradise in a complex web: the inter-relation of biodiversity and human health. In: Westra L, Bosselmann K, Westra R.and Reconciling Human Existence with Ecological Integrity. Earthscan.

Huynen MMTE, Martens P, and Hilderink HBM (2007). The diverse pathways from globalization to health. Global forum update on Research for Health Volume 4: Equitable access- research challenges for developing countries. Probook Publishers. 

Huynen M.M.T.E., Martens, P (2006). Globalization and human health: toward scenarios for the 21st century. In: Interactions between Global Change and Human Health, 31 October-2 November 2004, Vatican City. Scripta Varia 106. Vatican City: The Pontifical Academy of Sciences.

Huynen M. (2005). Zijn er gezondheidsrisico’s van klimaatverandering? In: Effecten van Klimaatverandering in Nederland. Edited by Bresser AHM, et al. Bilthoven: The Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (MNP).

Hoekstra A, Huynen MMTE (2002). Balancing the world water demand and supply. In: Transitions in a Globalising World. Edited by Martens P, Rotmans J. Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger.



Scientific Reports

Weaver, P., Huynen, MMTE., and van Zeijl, A.(2012) Case study-The Netherlands. Scientific report for the VISION RD4SD project.

Huynen, MMTE and Engelsen O (2010). Changing ambient UVR and future skin cancer in London, Rome and Helsinki. INTARESE WP3.7 UVR Full Assessment Report.

Akin S, Huynen M, Martens P (2010) A conceptual framework of non-climatic drivers for (future) infectious disease risk – An application of integrated scenario analysis. In: Akin S, Huynen M, Martens P. ENHanCE Final Report Expert Panel Position Papers.

Huynen MMTE, de Hollander AEM, Martens P and Mackenbach JP. Mondiale milieuveranderingen en volksgezondheid: stand van de kennis. Bilthoven: ICIS Universiteit Maastricht, MNP/PBL, Erasmus MC Rotterdam, RIVM (2008).

Huynen MMTE, Martens P, Hilderink H. The health impacts of globalisation: a conceptual framework. 550012007/2005. Bilthoven: Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (MNP); 2005.

Gupta J, Van Asselt H, Amelung B, Berk M, Buiteveld H, Dalenoord E, Hein L, Huynen M, Kuik O, Leemans R, Martens P, Mulder J, Oost A, Schaeffer M, Verbeek K, van der Wegen M. Re-evaluation of the Netherlands' long-term climate targets. Amsterdam: Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM), Vrije Universiteit; 2004.

Huynen MMTE, Menne B. Phenology and human health: allergic disorders (Report of a meeting, 16-17 January, Rome, Italy). Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe; 2003.

Huynen M.M.T.E., Martens P. The health dimension in global scenario studies. ICIS working paper I02-E001. Maastricht: ICIS; 2002.

Van Ierland E. C., De Groot R.S., Kuikman P.J., Martens P, Amelung B, ; Daan N, Huynen M, Kramer K, Szonyi J, Veraart JA, Verhagen A. Vliet A van, Walsum PEV van, Westein E (2001). Integrated assessment of vulnerability to climate change and adaptation options in the Netherlands. 410200088. Bilthoven: Dutch National Programme on Global Air Pollution and Climate Change; 2001.


Invited (paper/poster) presentations

Kollanus v, Huynen M, Torras Ortis S, and Tuomisto J. Mortality caused by heat exposure in European cities and the impact of UHI mitigation policies. ISEE 2011, Congress International Society for Environmental Epidemiology. Barcelona, September 13-16, 2011-09-14

Huynen, MMTE and Engelsen O. Ambient UV-radiation and future skin cancer in London, Huynen, MMTE and Engelsen O. Rome and Helsinki. INTARESE / HEIMTSA / 2-FUN Final Annual Conference, Brussels, January 20th 2011.


Huynen, MMTE and Engelsen O. Future UVR & skin cancer risk. INTARESE annual meeting. Rome, November 16-19, 2010.

Huynen, MMTE. Climate change and health: observed trends. National Institute for Public Health and the Environment. November 4, 2009.

Huynen, MMTE. Climate change and health (in Dutch). Hasselt University, lecture Master programme Environmental health, October 9, 2009.

Huynen, MMTE . Climate change and health: a proposal for a Dutch research programme. The Hague, Ministry of Housing, Spatial planning and Environment, August 19th 2009.

Huynen, MMTE .Climate change and health, with a focus on heat tress related effects. KNMI workshop on climate change and health. February 10, 2009, De Bilt, the Netherlands.

Huynen, MMTE. Directe effecten van temperatuur (verandering) (2008). Presentation at the Symposium ‘Oploopdebat Klimaatverandering en gezondheid’. September 18 2008, Amsterdam. Oploopdebat, September 18th, 2008, Amsterdam

Huynen, MMTE. Klimaatverandering en gezondheid. Presentation at the Symposium ‘Maak ruimte voor klimaat’, Nationaal Programma Adaptatie Ruimte en Klimaat (ARK), November 27 2008, Zeist, the Netherlands.

Huynen, MMTE. Integrated Assessment of climate change health impacts. Presentation at the INTARESE Annual meeting. November 21 2007, Prague, Czech Republic.

Huynen, MMTE. Climate change and health. Presentation at the Symposium on Adaptation to Climate Change in the Developing World. November 15 2007, The Hague, the Netherlands.

Huynen, MMTE. The effects of urban heat on health. Presentation at the Hot Places-Cool spaces Symposium on climate change in urban areas. October 25 2007, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Huynen, MMTE. Hoe gezond is de mondialisering? Presentation at the Maastricht University 30th Dies Natalis Morning programme ‘Because it’s all about talent’. January 13 2006. Maastricht, the Netherlands.

Huynen, MMTE. The health impacts of globalisation: a conceptual framework. Paper presented at the 6th Open Meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research Community. October 9-13 2005, Bonn, Germany.

Huynen, MMTE. The links between globalisation, human rights and health. Poster presented at the 6th Open Meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research Community. October 9-13 2005, Bonn, Germany.

Huynen, MMTE. The links between globalisation, basic human rights and human health. Paper presented at the Global Integrity Group Conference ‘Global Ecological Integrity and the Sustainability of Civilization: Hard and Soft Law Perspectives’. June 29- July 3 2005, Venice, Italy.

Huynen, MMTE. Climate change and health. Colloquium at The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI). November 27 2003, Bilthoven, the Netherlands.

Huynen, MMTE. Future Health: The health dimension in global scenarios. Poster presented at the International Young Scientists’ Global Change Conference. November 16-20 2003, Trieste, Italy.

Huynen, MMTE. Future health: the health dimension in global scenarios. Paper presented at ‘Health Scenarios Development: Strategies for the Future’. Workshop organised by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. July 21-22 2003, Washington DC, USA.

Huynen, MMTE. Future health: the health dimension in global scenarios. Paper presented at the Global Integrity Group Conference ‘Global Ecological Integrity, Human Rights, and Human Responsibilities: Intersections Between International Law and Public Health’. June 27-July 1 2003, Urbino, Italy.

Huynen, MMTE. Linkages between biodiversity loss and human health: a global statistical indicator analysis. Paper presented at the international conference ‘Healthy ecosystems, Health people’. June 6-11 2002, Washington DC, USA.
Other

Huynen M, Engelsen O, (2010). WP 3.7 UVR Final assessment report: Changing ambient UVR and future skin cancer in London, Rome and Helsinki. INTARESE Deliverable No. 127-a.

Huynen, MMTE and van Vliet, AJH (eds). Proposal for a national research programme ‘Climate Change and Health’. KvK en ZonMW, June 2009.

Huynen M, Kovats S, De’Dontato F, Engelsen O, van Bree L, Pascal M (2009). WP3.7 Climate First Pass Assessment. INTARESE deliverable No. 60.

Huynen MMTE, de Hollander AEM, Martens P and Mackenbach JP. De gezondheidseffecten van klimaatverandering: toenemende aandacht binnen wetenschap, politiek en beleid. Magazine Nationale Veiligheid en Crisisbeheersing, 2008,1 (10), 14-16.

Huynen M, Kovats S, De’Dontato F, Engelsen O, van Bree L, Pascal M (2007). WP3.7 Scoping report on climate. INTARESE deliverable No. 9.

Huynen M, Kovats S, De’Dontato F, Engelsen O, van Bree L, Pascal M (2007). WP 3.7 Climate assessment protocol. INTARESE Deliverable No. 28.

Huynen, M (2006). How health is globalisation? In: Coengracht J, Roelaux C, Kools F, Haessen J. Because it’s all about talent. Published by the UM Executive Board on the occasion of the Dies Natalis on the University Maastricht’s thirtieth anniversary.4



Huynen M. Scenarios and global health: the road ahead. IHDP Newsletter, issue 3/2003, 2003: 14.

© European Union, 2002-2013 | http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu Page /

  • Organiser of conference sessions/workshops
  • Invited (paper/poster) presentations

  • Dovnload 107.85 Kb.