Mireille Broeders has accepted to become a member of the External Expert Advisory Board for the BRIDGES project. She is employed at the RadboudUMC at the department for Healt Evidence. Her research focuses on the evaluation of the long-term benefits and harms of screening for breast cancer. In particular, she studies whether moving from the current ‘one-size-fits-all’ screening policies to more individualised screening approaches can help optimise the efficacy of breast cancer screening, by maximising its life-sparing effect and minimising side effects. She has a special interest in observational research designs that can be used in the evaluation of cancer screening. In addition, she conducts studies to evaluate the implementation of technological developments in the breast screening programme, such as the effect of the transition to digital mammography. Profile details here.