Postdoctoral fellow at the UMC Groningen (department of Biomedical Sciences of Cells and Systems, section of Cognitive Neurosciences) and project manager for the HAMLETT study (www.hamlett.nl) on the (dis)continuation of antipsychotics in first-episode psychosis, University Medical Center Groningen (the Netherlands)
Bio: I am a trained neuropsychologist (Utrecht University, the Netherlands). I performed my PhD in the UMC Utrecht under supervision of Prof. Dr. Iris Sommer, on the topic of childhood trauma as a risk factor for psychosis (defense: September 6th, 2017). Concurrently, I was the project manager on a multicenter randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trial on the efficacy of simvastatin treatment in recent-onset psychosis. I have combined my work in the field of research with a teaching position in Neuropsychology at Utrecht University. I am currently affiliated with the UMC Groningen as well as the UMC Utrecht (the Netherlands) as a postdoctoral fellow, where I continue my work on psychosis, childhood trauma and cognition. I am the project manager for the HAMLETT study (www.hamlett.nl).