Our Scientific Team
In cooperation with experts and scientists, we are constantly working on high quality research and innovation to get new results around your fertility.
After studying biology in Mainz, Niels focused his doctoral thesis on individualized tumor immunology. He is the revolving door between the customer and external experts, such as gynecologist and fertility experts who advise us as we continue our focus on furthering the development of menstrual health (mHealth). He is responsible for inquiries, analyses and consulting around the cycle. One of his main objectives is to gather and produce scientific information to provide to our customers. Niels is the author of several publications and has presented scientific results at various international conferences.
Dr. med Martin C. Koch is a member of the German Society for Gynecology and Obstetrics (DGGG). After studying medicine in Heidelberg and several stays abroad, Martin became a senior physician at the Erlangen University Hospital. As a member of the Advisory Board of VE, he designs and performs new research around fertility tracking and the corresponding overall physiological changes.
Petra is a certified NFP (Sensiplan) consultant and helps you with everything you ever wanted to know about fertility awareness based methods. In our team, Petra is responsible for answering questions around your cycle and helping you better understand your temperature curves. Petra answers questions about cycle myths, disturbances and can help you find the right timepoint to conceive.
Rebecca Simmons, PhD, MPH is a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Utah in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Simmons directs the evaluation for the statewide contraceptive initiative, Family Planning Elevated, and works on other implementation research. Her research interests and expertise include fertility awareness-based methods, comprehensive contraceptive access, health technology, and implementation science.
Liya manages research and programmatic activities for mobile health solutions at the Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH) at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Liya has worked on female focused technology research for several years, and her experiences include; leading the Dot app efficacy study and monitoring and evaluation of the CycleBeads app in several African countries. Prior to joining the IRH, Liya focused on research in reproductive biology, specifically IVF and other assisted reproductive technologies.