Saar Hoek is a PhD student at the Law Centre for Health and Life at the Amsterdam Law School. The topic of her research is the impact of the use of algorithmic decision-making in public health on the professional autonomy of the physician, with regard to the patient-physician relationship, privacy and trust concerns and issues of liability.
She has received a LL.M. in European Intellectual Property Law (cum laude, 2019) from Stockholms Universitet and is finishing up and M.Sc. in Artificial Intelligence at Utrecht University.