Martha Grootenhuis, The Netherlands
Martha Grootenhuis performs research on pediatric psychology in both the Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology in Utrecht as well as in the Emma Children's Hospital AMC in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She works on studies in order to identify psychosocial problems at an early age and stage, and interventions to improve psychosocial functioning and quality of life for children with cancer, chronic disease, their parents and other family members. Her research is increasingly relying on web-based applications, such as the KLIK method (www.hetklikt.nu), designed to systematically track the quality of life and development of children and integrate results in the clinical practice, and the psychosocial group intervention online Op Koers (www.opkoersonline.nl). The website www.zorgvoorhetziekekind.nl provides insight in all her activities.
Andrea Guzzetta, Italy
Susan D. Horn, United States of America
Susan D. Horn, PhD is Professor, Health Services Innovation and Research Program, University of Utah School of Medicine. She is a statistician and health services researcher with major interest in severity of illness measurement (developed the Comprehensive Severity Index (CSI®)) and has conducted 35 multi-site practice-based evidence comparative effectiveness studies, including 4 in rehabilitation.
Marjo van der Knaap, The Netherlands
Richard L. Lieber, United States of America
Christopher Morris, United Kingdom
Dr. Morris leads PenCRU, a childhood disability research group at the University of Exeter Medical School, UK. PenCRU has considerable experience in involving families of disabled children as meaningful partners in research through our Family Faculty. Activities include identifying research questions, design research projects, and disseminating the findings to various users of research findings.
Tim Theologis, United Kingdom
Tim Theologis is a Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon. He is Senior Lecturer at Oxford University and Research Professor at Oxford Brookes University. He has a strong clinical and research link with the Oxford Gait Laboratory. He was Editor in Chief, Gait and Posture 2005-2015. He is President-elect of the British Society for Children’s Orthopaedic Surgery.