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Willem Bruin

“PREDICTING TREATMENT OUTCOME IN OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER USING NEUROIMAGING BIOMARKERS”

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Nadine Eijsker

“Response inhibition in OCD and misophonia”

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Filipa Raposo Pereira

“Imaging the effects of GHB-induced coma on the brain”

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Michelle de Haan

“Fear-memory and individual differences in fear related processes”

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Michelle Solleveld

“Long-lasting effects of psychotropic drugs during human brain development”

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Anouk van der Straten

“Predicting treatment outcome in obsessive-compulsive disorder using neuroimaging biomarkers”

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Rajat Thomas

“Predicting treatment outcomes for psychiatric disorders”

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Luka Liebrand

“Optimizing DBS in psychiatric patients: targeting of specific white matter bundles?”

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Paul Zhutovsky

“Discovering neuroimaging biomarkers for the prediction of treatment outcome in PTSD.”

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Esther D.A. van Duin

“Biological markers for psychiatric disorders in 22q11 copy number variation syndromes.”

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Renée Schluter

“Advancing addiction treatment using neuromodulation: a rTMS-enhanced CBT trial?”

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Dominique Scheepens

“Schema-ECT”

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Charlotte Blokhuis

“NEUROLOGICAL, VISUAL AND NEUROCOGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN PEDIATRIC HIV-1- INFECTED PATIENTS AS COMPARED TO HEALTHY CONTROLS.”


Neurocognitive impairment is a common problem in HIV-positive children stable on antiretroviral therapy. Our study aims to gain insight in its pathogenesis, by evaluating multimodal MRI studies in HIV-positive children versus healthy controls, and correlating alterations with neurocognitive, immunological and pharmacological states.

Project start: 01-2015
Position: PhD student
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Judith Ensink

“Neuroimaging of PTSD in children”


“This project consists of two consecutive parts: The first part is a cross-sectional comparison between children who are exposed to a traumatic experience without developing PTSD and children who do develop PTSD. The second part consists of a longitudinal comparisons between two psychotherapies. We conduct structural, functional (resting state and during an emotional working-memory task) and diffusional MRI. Additionally with the endocrinological and psychological measures, (epi)-genetics is measured.”

Project start: December 2013
Position: PhD student
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