people

Groupmembers


  • Myrle Stouten-Kemperman

    Project: Imaging of cognitive dysfunction in breast and testicular cancer survivors.

    m.kemperman@nki.nl
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  • Martine van Doorn

    Project: Structural and functional fetal brain imaging with MRI.

    m.m.vandoorn@amc.uva.nl
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  • Maik Derksen

    Project: Validating non invasive imaging of the serotonergic- and dopaminergic system in rat brain.

    m.derksen@nin.knaw.nl
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  • Antonia Kaiser

    Project: Neurobiological signatures of emotion-regulation and stress resilience

    a.kaiser@amc.uva.nl
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  • Cheima Bouziane

    Project: Effects of methylphenidate on brain development: DTI studies

    c.bouziane@amc.uva.nl
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  • Anouk Schrantee

    Post doc: Effecst of excercise on neurogensis and angiogenesis

    a.g.schrantee@amc.uva.nl
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Former PhD students


  • Michelle Solleveld

    PhD Thesis (2018): Psychotropic medications and the developing brain.
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  • Marco Bottelier

    PhD thesis (2017): Effects of fluoxetine and methylphenidate on brain development: fMRI studies



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  • Anne Marije Kaag

    PhD thesis (2016): Are cocaine users too sensitive?


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  • Kajo van der Marel

    PhD Thesis (2013): Strucutural and functional MRI of normal and compromised brain development


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  • Anne Klomp

    PhD thesis (2013): Antidepressants and the adolescent brain: changing the course of neurodevelopment?


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  • Sanne Menning

    PhD Thesis (2017): Multimodal MR imaging in breast cancer –Effects of cancer and cancer treatment on brain and cognition.
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  • Anouk Schrantee

    PhD thesis (2016): Detecting dopamine with pharmacological MRI


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  • Hyke Tamminga

    PhD thesis (2016): Cognition and comorbidity in ADHD: The role of methylphenidate and development


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  • Marieke Schouw

    PhD thesis (2013): Pharmacological MRI in the assessment of monoaminergic function



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  • Maartje de Win

    PhD thesis (2007): Neurotoxicity of XTC: causality, course and clinical relevance (the NeXT study)


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