Dr. A.R. van Buul

Dr. A.R. (Amanda) van Buul is in 2019 gestart met de opleiding tot longarts in het Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum. Hiervoor heeft zij wetenschappelijk onderzoek gedaan naar symptomen in de ochtend en lichamelijke activiteit bij patiënten met chronische obstructieve longziekte. Dit resulteerde in het proefschrift getiteld “Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – New insights in morning symptoms and physical activity” waarop zij in 2019 promoveerde.

Top-cited publications

16 times cited (±3/year) Source: EuropePMC

European respiratory review : an official journal of the European Respiratory Society, Volume 26, Issue 143, 3 1 2017, Pages 160033 Association between morning symptoms and physical activity in COPD: a systematic review. van Buul AR, Kasteleyn MJ, Chavannes NH, Taube C. Abstract


7 times cited (±1/year) Source: EuropePMC

Expert opinion on biological therapy, Volume 15, Issue 12, 31 5 2015, Pages 1713-1725 Treatment of severe asthma: entering the era of targeted therapy. van Buul AR, Taube C. Abstract


6 times cited (±1/year) Source: EuropePMC

International journal of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Volume 12, 3 1 2017, Pages 2831-2840 The association between objectively measured physical activity and morning symptoms in COPD. van Buul AR, Kasteleyn MJ, Chavannes NH, Taube C. Abstract


Most recent publications

18 Mar 2021

JMIR formative research, Volume 5, Issue 3, 18 3 2021, Pages e24726 eHealth Program to Reduce Hospitalizations Due to Acute Exacerbation of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Retrospective Study. van Buul AR, Derksen C, Hoedemaker O, van Dijk O, Chavannes NH, Kasteleyn MJ. Abstract


12 Oct 2018

International journal of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Volume 13, 12 2 2018, Pages 3297-3306 A systematic diagnostic evaluation combined with an internet-based self-management support system for patients with asthma or COPD. van Buul AR, Wildschut TS, Bonten TN, Kasteleyn MJ, Slats AM, Chavannes NH, Taube C. Abstract


27 Mar 2018

Respiratory research, Volume 19, Issue 1, 27 4 2018, Pages 49 Physical activity in the morning and afternoon is lower in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease with morning symptoms. van Buul AR, Kasteleyn MJ, Chavannes NH, Taube C. Abstract