Cecile Wolfs (Maastricht, The Netherlands) studied at Maastricht University, where she obtained a BSc degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences (University College Maastricht, major in mathematics and computer science) and a MSc degree in Operations Research (Department of Knowledge Engineering). During her master’s program, she became interested in applying mathematics to problems in healthcare. In April 2016, she started as a PhD student at the Physics Research group of Maastro. Her main research topic is dose guided radiotherapy. More specifically, her research is about error discriminating potential and uncertainties of dose-guided radiotherapy using the electronic portal imaging device. This involves using artificial intelligence methods to provide input for clinical decision models for adaptive radiotherapy.