|Corry K. van der Sluis (1964) is a professor and consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine at the University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands. Her field of interest is the rehabilitation of persons with upper limb disorders. Her professional activities comprise patient care, teaching and research. Her research focuses on upper limb amputations and prostheses. A main research topic is the development of training programs for people who use upper limb prostheses. Innovative technology such as serious games are integrated in this research. A second main research topic is the decrease and prevention of musculoskeletal complaints in persons with upper limb disorders. She is author of over 90 internationally peer reviewed publications and she contributed as an author to 5 book chapters. She gave over 50 international presentations.