Tag: people

  • Maxine wins an award!

    Maxine not only presented her very first abstract at her very first conference last week, but also won the EANO Young Investigator Travel Scholarship for Outstanding Science for EANO allied health professionals & nurses members for her work! The abstract of her analysis of cognitive deficits and profiles in glioma patients in the stable phase […]

  • We are at EANO 2022

    Several of us are present at the European Association for Neuro-Oncology’s annual meeting in Vienna between September 15-18! Our oral presentations: Maxine Gorter will present on cognitive profiles of patients in the stable phase of their disease on Saturday (abstract). Whereas most studies have assessed the prevalence of cognitive deficits and co-occurrence of deficits across […]

  • Marloes wins best presentation!

    At the Network Institute’s final presentation session, Marloes (and Anouk in spirit) won the best presentation for her talk on hub diversity in translational neuroscience meetings! This project has been a truly interdisciplinary endeavor with collaborators from Amsterdam UMC (Saskia Peerdeman) and VU University (Joyce Lamerichs, Stéphanie van der Burgt, Jeroen Geurts). Stay tuned for […]

  • MULTINET at OHBM 2021

    We are at OHBM 2021! Here are the posters where you could find us: #1643 by Shanna Kulik: Individual modeling of neurophysiological brain activity. Abstract & poster PDF #2297 by Lucas Breedt: Multimodal, multilayer network topology correlates of healthy aging and executive functioning. Abstract & poster PDF. And Linda was involved in the following two […]

  • Fernando receives IAS fellowship

    The Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in Amsterdam has granted Fernando a visiting fellowship starting in the spring of 2021! He will investigate high-order interactions in complex systems, asking: how can we empirically measure high-order interactions in networks? Focusing on clinical network neuroscience, this research seeks to connect high-order brain network properties with behavioral properties.

  • Lucas Breedt joins the lab (again)!

    While studying psychology, I realized that my interests leaned more towards research than clinical work. During my master’s I therefore decided to do a research internship, and I ended up at the department of Anatomy and Neurosciences of the VUmc, where I looked at the MEG-based brain networks of patients with MS in relation to […]

  • Vasco Rauh

    I recently graduated from the Vrije Universiteit with a master’s degree in Neuroscience. During my study, I also engaged in a variety of neurophilosophical courses, which has made me skilled at evaluating the conceptual foundations of neuroscientific research. During my first neuroscientific internship I studied the network configuration of alcohol seeking under motivational conflict in […]

  • Marloes Bet

    I am a second-year Neurosciences Master student, fascinated by the ability of the brain to govern the entire human body, including itself. In my last internship, I used a network approach to integrate structural (anatomical) and functional (activity-related) MRI-data in multiple sclerosis patients with and without cognitive impairment. As I realised the extent to which […]