Jozine ter Maaten is currently working as a cardiology resident at the University Medical Center Groningen. She completed her PhD on ‘Diuretic response and renal biomarkers in heart failure’ in 2016, and has since that time continually been involved in research in this field. Her research line is focused on gaining a better understanding of congestion and improving diuretic response and outcomes in acute heart failure patients. She is supported by a Mandema grant from the University Medical Center Groningen, which allowed her to successfully complete an investigator initiated prospective study on renal blood flow in acute heart failure patients during her postdoc in Genk, Belgium. She is currently designing a second prospective acute heart failure study aimed at improving diuretic response and clinical outcomes in acute heart failure patients.
Facilitate personalized therapies in patients with heart failure