Oyono Vlijter - Project Lead
Oyono has been working as an EU funding consultant and project manager since 1999.
Through his work for the Enterprise Europe Network (i.e. the main business support network of the European Commission) and the European Regional Affairs Consultants B.V., he has developed specific expertise in the field of product innovation, EU project management and international cooperation. He has developed Dutch and EU funded projects in the field of industry, healthcare, education and culture.
Oyono has implemented EU funded project missions in EU Member States and in the Caribbean (e.g. Suriname, Belize, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Curaçao).
Since 2009, Oyono has also been actively involved in developing and implementing Dutch and EU-funded e-mental health projects for Arq Foundation, a specialised psycho trauma treatment and research center. These projects are implemented with eHealth and gaminig SMEs, mental health treatment centers, universities and other stakeholders.
Oyono has a master's degrees in International Relations (University of Utrecht) and a master’s degree in European Studies on Science and Technology (University of Maastricht). He has also studied at the University of Florida (USA) and the Louis Pasteur University in Strasbourg (FR).
Corné he is responsible for online psychosocial support & care and runs e-mental health projects as a project leader.
He is an e-mental health advisor on the eMEN project. He has studied history and public information management.
Manon is a neuropsychologist and currently head of the screening and diagnostics programme at Arq.
She is working on research and development of state-of-the-art and innovative diagnostic tools in the field of psychotrauma.
Manon has worked as a clinical application specialist with a neuro technology company and has played a key role in a number of research and development projects with international research institutes and treatment centers in the field of psychiatry and psychology.
On the eMEN project, Manon is working as an e-mental health product developer.
Barbara de Groot
Barbara works for Impact, partner in Arq, as a secretary / project assistant.
She has assisted in several EU projects in which Impact was partnered with an international consortium. In the eMEN project she will be working as the project assistant for Arq.
Professor Miranda Olff
Miranda Olff is a professor in the field of psychotrauma.
Her major areas of research have focused on the psychological and biological responses to traumatic stress and (early) interventions. Her research includes the effects of debriefing, of early trauma interventions, and of different forms of psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy in PTSD patients.
Further research includes neuroimaging and neuroendocrine studies of PTSD; the effects of therapy on neurobiological variables; the psychopathology of injured patients admitted to the trauma unit, disaster related research, epidemiological surveys on trauma and PTSD, gender differences in PTSD, the impact of threat and personal protection on politicians, and (co-ordination of) large EU-funded projects on post-disaster psychosocial care all over Europe.
Two large EU projects which Miranda has been a key part of address online and m-health applications for dealing with adversity or major disasters. Mobile apps (for screening, assessment and support after trauma) and e-learning tools are currently being investigated.
Reina is a psychologist and is currently implementing e-health at Arq.
Prior to her work for Arq she was an e-health product manager at Antes (a Dutch mental health care group), contributing to improving an e-mental health platform (EMHP) and was involved in the development and testing of new e-health interventions and applications.
Apart from her work for the mental health sector, she has experience working with the development, testing and implementation of digital services for UWV (Employee Insurance Agency) and with the hands-on coaching of clients via these services.
On the eMEN project, Reina is working as an e-mental health product developer.
Anna-Linde has a central role in the eMEN project with regard to product development.
Anna-Linde is working as e-health consultant for Arq. She has a central role in the eMEN project with regard to product development.
She will be working on developing e-mental health products and advising on e-mental health implementations.
Anna-Linde has a master’s degree in European Studies (University of Amsterdam) and started her career as a consultant in the public sector. In the past, she has been working as product manager for Mirro, a Dutch foundation that helps to strengthen the mental health of consumers and patients.
In her role as lead product manager, she was responsible for developing and implementing a wide range of new e-mental health interventions.
Elice studied Communication Management in Amsterdam and is responsable for communication for eMEN in the Netherlands.
As part of the international communications working group she works together with all the partner countries to get the most out of the local efforts. Prior to her work for Arq she worked as a freelancer in marketing and communications.