Research & development - Wageningen | More than two weeks ago
More than 40% of the adult population is estimated to experience functional gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, which severely impacts their quality of life. At OnePlanet, we believe that these individuals could benefit significantly from adequate dietary and behavioral interventions. However, to timely provide a patient with these interventions, the physiology and behavior of the patient must be accurately tracked in real-time. We are thus developing a platform, the Human Digital Twin, which acquires signals describing human physiology and behavior of individuals from multiple data sources. You will help us assess the feasibility of creating a multimodal sensing integration platform, support the decision-making process, and help develop early prototypes.
The following are themes and questions to be addressing during the project:
In short, the internship involves:
In this internship, you will be diving into an agile, Scrum-inspired setting. Together with your mentors, you will manage your project's backlog, selecting high-priority tasks to tackle every two weeks. Each biweekly iteration provides a platform to demonstrate your progress, absorb feedback, and refine your strategies. With additional stakeholders part of your showcases, you'll be gaining broader perspectives to fuel your learning journey. It is a hands-on opportunity to experience and learn from agile methodologies, shaping your future in the innovative world of personalized healthcare.
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Got some questions about the recruitment process? Martijn Kohl of the Talent Acquisition Team will be happy to assist you.