MSc. I.C. (Irene) Molthof
My background is in Biology and Medical Laboratory research (BSc.) and a two-year program Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society (MSc.) at the University of Twente.
My past working experience includes researching fraud cases at an insurance company, and focusing on policy-related issues and developments in projects at GGD Rotterdam-Rijnmond (safety region public health department).
Currently I hold a position as researcher GovTech at Digicampus in the field of innovation surrounding public services.
During my bachelor I specialized in research on clinical genetics (University Medical Center Groningen) and Biophotonic imaging (MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology at the University of Twente).
Within my master’s program I focused on philosophical and ethical concerns regarding societal impact of (medical) technology. My thesis entailed the study of several types of neurotechnology in relation to consciousness, the self and self-understanding.
My current research concerns emerging (digital) technologies and innovations in relation to public services, with a specific focus on proactive public services and the ‘no wrong door’-principle.
Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
Engineering Systems and Services
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