ePOD 2.0 (2017) in collaboration with Triversum
Long-term effects of methylphendiate on the developing brain (ePOD 2.0) with M. Bottelier
Innovation grant (2017)
with Hanno Tan
VUmc-AMC Alliance grant (2016, 2017)
Functional magnetic resonance spectroscopy in impulsive-compulsive spectrum disorders and The multimodal brain (MuMoBrain): exploring the cognitive correlates of
connectomics across modalities
abc grant (2015) in collabration with SILS
Research on role of physical exercise on cognition and neurogenesis as assessed using 1H-MRS
TOP Grant (2012) in collaboration with Donders Institute Nijmegen
Research on the role of the serotonin transporter gene variation and sensitivity to conditioned cues cocaine dependence.
Validating non invasive imaging of the serotonergic- and dopaminergic system and adult neurogenesis wit MRI.
KWF Kanker bestrijding
in collaboration with NKI/AvL (2010,2013)
Research on Structural, biochemical and functional indices of chemotherapy-induced cognitive deficits in cancer patients.
Fonds Nuts Ohra,
in collaboration with Amsterdam Brain and Cognition (2011)
Research on ‘Cognition as a predictor for treatment effects in children suffering from ADHD/depression’.
Academic Medical Center (2008-2012)
Research on the short-term effects of psychotropic drugs (methylphendiate and fluoxetine) on the developing brain (ePOD project), as well as chemotherapy.
2nd prize best AMC PhD thesis awarded to A. Schrantee from my group
International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2008- 2017)
Lecture and posters awards in the category ‘Drug Research’ and Psychiatry.
Long term effects of (prescribed) psychotropic drugs on the developing
brain and behavior
SSRIs and the developing brain
European School of Radiology (2007)
Exchange programme in Neuroradiology Fellowship on neonatal brain imaging with Prof. M. Rutherford, Department of Paediatrics and Neonatal Medicine, Imperial College School of Medicine, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK
Trofee voor de Wetenschap (2002)
For research on neurotoxicity of MDMA (ecstasy).
Marie Curie Award
from the European Society of Nuclear Medicine (2000)
For research on ‘Partial reversibility and gender differences in the toxic effects of MDMA (“Ecstasy”) on brain serotonin neurons’.
National Institute of Drug Abuse (2000)
Junior Investigator Travel Award from College on Problems on Drug Dependence (CPDD)
AIO/OIO Grant (2000)
For research as postdoctoral research fellow with Prof. G.A. Ricaurte, Department of Neurology, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions,Baltimore, USA
University of California Education Abroad Program (1994)
Scholarship for masters program at University of California: Graduate Student in Biological Sciences, University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB).