Jildau Bouwman works as senior scientist.  She leads the “digital health technology” roadmap of TNO, that is focusing on health data and development of non-invasive sensors. Her work focusses on omics data interpretation (transcriptomics and metabolomics), data analysis and data management.

The goal of her work is to reuse data to improve public health. This requires data from the whole system (omics data) and from multiple sources (wearables, human (intervention) studies and hospital data). She is one of the driving forces behind the development of the Phenotype database, as system developed to store and reuse nutritional (meta)data. Her vision is that for the reuse of data a rich set of meta data is crucial.

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