Dr Maria Ruiz-Castell

Activities

Dr Maria Ruiz-Castell’s research interests range across the epidemiology and public health fields. Over the past several years, she has contributed to the development of international projects in epidemiology and global health with fieldwork and quantitative data analyses conducted in the Canadian Arctic, Spain and highland Bolivia. Her work has focused on how challenging environmental conditions (social and natural) may affect population’s health.

Her recent involvement with interdisciplinary research teams in the past two years have led her to locate her work on the socio-determinants of health. She is the project leader of the European Health Examination Survey in Luxembourg and European Health Interview Survey, cross-sectional studies examining the general health status of the population of Luxembourg. 

Research projects

  • EHES-LUX - European Health Examination Survey in Luxembourg, 2013-2015 (since 2015). Project co-funded by the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Higher Education and Research.

  • EHIS - European Health Interview Survey, 2014 and 2019 (since 2017). Project funded by the Ministry of Health.

  • iMPACT.lu - Micronutrients, Pollutants And CardiomeTabolic health in Luxembourg (2018- 2021). Project co-funded by the National Fond of Research (FNR) under the Junior CORE program 2017 and Ministry of Higher Education and Research.

Maria Ruiz- castell

PhD

1A-B, rue Thomas Edison
L-1445 Strassen
LUXEMBOURG
Tel. : +352 26 970 746

Featured Publications

Micronutrients and markers of oxidative stress and inflammation related to cardiometabolic health: results from the EHES-LUX study.

  • NutriHealth
  • Competence Center for Methodology and Statistics
  • Deep Digital Phenotyping Research Unit
  • Human Biomonitoring Research Unit
December 22, 2020
2020 Dec. Nutrients.13(1):5.
By:
  • Ruiz-Castell M
  • Le Coroller G
  • Landrier JF
  • Kerkour D
  • Weber B
  • Fagherazzi G
  • Appenzeller BMR
  • Vaillant M
  • Bohn T.

Role of clinical, functional and social factors in the association between multimorbidity and quality of life: Findings from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE).

  • Public Health Research
  • Competence Center for Methodology and Statistics
October 20, 2020
2020 Oct. PloS One.15(10):e0240024.
By:
  • Makovski TT
  • Le Coroller G
  • Putrik P
  • Choi YH
  • Zeegers MP
  • Stranges S
  • Ruiz Castell M
  • Huiart L
  • van den Akker M.
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