dr. K. (Kerstin) Klipstein-GrobuschAssociate Professor
- Department of Epidemiology
- Julius Center Research Program Cardiovascular Epidemiology
Kerstin Klipstein-Grobusch is Associate Professor of Global Health at the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands, and Visiting Professor of Epidemiology at the School of Public Health, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.
She is an epidemiologist with broad experience and expertise in research capacity building and global health with a focus on cardio-metabolic disease in low-resource settings and vulnerable populations. Her research investigates the interface of communicable and non-communicable disease, specifically cardio-metabolic disease in HIV-infected populations; the influence of urbanization and migration on cardio-metabolic disease risk; and the short- and long-term consequences of non-communicable diseases during pregnancy on maternal and child health. As principal and co-investigator on internationally funded grants she successfully conducted several large-scale projects resulting in long-term sustainable and equitable partnerships. She undertakes etiologic, prognostic and intervention research, including the evaluation of mhealth interventions and implementation science research on scale-up of hypertension and diabetes care across several countries with diverse health systems.
She has extensive experience in research capacity building in epidemiology and public health in Sub-Saharan Africa as Academic Head of the Masters of Science in Epidemiology program at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa and as a principal and co-investigator in capacity building training programs and face-to-face and online learning courses in epidemiology, public and global health such as the Wits Non-Communicable Disease Research Leadership Program. She has supervised and mentored over 100 Master, PhD, and postdoctoral fellows and published close to 200 papers. In her current position as Associate Professor and Academic Coordinator of Global Health her focus is on the development of global health (www.globalhealth.eu) at the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Research Output (204)
Comparative performance of pooled cohort equations and Framingham risk scores in cardiovascular disease risk classification in a slum setting in Nairobi Kenya
Wekesah Frederick M., Mutua Martin K., Boateng Daniel, Grobbee Diederick E., Asiki Gershim, Kyobutungi Catherine K., Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin 1 jun 2020, In: IJC Heart and Vasculature. 28 7 p.
Early-life exposures and cardiovascular disease risk among Ghanaian migrant and home populations:the RODAM study
Boateng Daniel, Danquah Ina, Said-Mohamed Rihlat, Smeeth Liam, Nicolaou Mary, Meeks Karlijn, Beune Erik, Addo Juliet, Bahendeka Silver, Agyei-Baffour Peter, Mockenhaupt Frank P, Spranger Joachim, Schulze Matthias B, Grobbee Diederick E, Agyemang Charles, Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin jun 2020, In: Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease. 11 , p. 250-263 14 p.
Sex Differences in Cardiovascular Medication Prescription in Primary Care:A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Zhao Min, Woodward Mark, Vaartjes Ilonca, Millett Elizabeth R C, Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Hyun Karice, Carcel Cheryl, Peters Sanne A E 20 mei 2020, In: Journal of the American Heart Association. 9 43 p.
Short-term immunogenicity and safety of hepatitis-A and varicella vaccines in HIV-exposed uninfected and HIV-unexposed South African children
Mutsaerts Eleonora A.M.L., Nunes Marta C., Bhikha Sutika, Ikulinda Benit T., Jose Lisa, Koen Anthonet, Moultrie Andrew, Grobbee Diederick E., Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Weinberg Adriana, Madhi Shabir A. 8 mei 2020, In: Vaccine. 38 , p. 3862-3868 7 p.
Antwi Edward, Amoakoh-Coleman Mary, Vieira Dorice L, Madhavaram Shreya, Koram Kwadwo A, Grobbee Diederick E, Agyepong Irene A, Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin 21 apr 2020, In: PLoS ONE. 15 24 p.
Higher prevalence of peripheral arterial disease in Ghana compared to Ghanaian migrants in Europe:The RODAM study
Hayfron-Benjamin Charles F., van den Born Bert Jan, Maitland-van der Zee Anke H., Amoah Albert G.B., van der Linden Eva L., Stronks Karien, Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Bahendeka Silver, Danquah Ina, Beune Erik, Smeeth Liam, Agyemang Charles 15 apr 2020, In: International Journal of Cardiology. 305 , p. 127-134 8 p.
Wekesah FM, Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Grobbee DE, Kadengye Damazo, Asiki Gershim, Kyobutungi Catherine 10 apr 2020, In: Global Heart . 15 11 p.
Cardiovascular Disease Burden in Rural Africa:Does HIV and Antiretroviral Treatment Play a Role?: Baseline Analysis of the Ndlovu Cohort Study
Vos Alinda G, Barth Roos E, Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Tempelman Hugo A, Devillé Walter L J, Dodd Caitlin, Coutinho Roel A, Grobbee Diederick E, 9 apr 2020, In: Journal of the American Heart Association. 9 10 p.
Maternal and neonatal outcomes following the introduction of oral hypoglycaemic agents for gestational diabetes mellitus were comparable to insulin monotherapy in two historical cohorts
Nicolaou Veronique, Soepnel Larske, Huddle Kenneth R , Levitt Naomi , Klipstein-Grobusch Kerstin, Norris Shane A feb 2020, In: South African Medical Journal. 110 , p. 154-158 5 p.
Obesity and cardiovascular disease risk among Africans residing in Europe and Africa:the RODAM study
Commodore-Mensah Y, Agyemang C, Aboagye J A, Echouffo-Tcheugui J B, Beune E, Smeeth L, Klipstein-Grobusch K, Danquah I, Schulze M, Boateng D, Meeks K A C, Bahendeka S, Ahima R S 24 jan 2020, In: Obesity research & clinical practice. 14 , p. 151-157 7 p.