I am a PhD Fellow working on a collaboration project between Erasmus Medical Centre and Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health.
I investigate the neurobiology of childhood and adolescent mental health problems, aiming to characterise longitudinal trajectories of development. Additionally, I co-organise RIOT Science Club meetings in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. I graduated in Psychology from Erasmus University Rotterdam and subsequently earned an MSc in Behavioural Genetics from King’s College London.
I am a PhD Fellow working within the Generation R study group and the department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Erasmus Medical Centre.
I received a BSc in Medicine at Erasmus Medical Centre in 2017. My research focuses on the brain development of children with combined symptoms of depression, anxiety, aggression, and attention problems known as emotion dysregulation. I co-organise the Rotterdam RIOT Science Club meetings at Erasmus Medical Centre.
I am PhD Fellow at the department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the Generation R Study group at Erasmus Medical Centre.
I investigate the neural mechanisms of children’s mental health problems by identifying the complex patterns in brain structure and functional connectivity. I earned a BSc in psychology from Sun-Yat Sen University and an MSc in developmental cognitive neuroscience from University of Amsterdam.
Ana Barbosa Mendes
I am a PhD researcher at the Erasmus School of Philosophy. I have a background in biomedical sciences and psychology, but have previously been engaged in interdisciplinary projects in a range of research fields.
My current research interests involve public engagement in science, responsible research and innovation and transdisciplinary research. I am also broadly interested in the field of metascience, particularly under a perspective of philosophy of science and science and technology studies.
Ilse vom Hofe
My research interest lies in investigating how brain diseases develop, and what we can do to prevent them. I obtained a BSc in Psychology, and an MSc in Neuroscience and Neuropsychology. Currently, I am a PhD candidate at the department of Epidemiology, where I investigate how medication use relates to the development of dementia.
I am a PhD fellow working at the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit and the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge.
My research is aimed at disentangling the relationship between technology use and youth psychopathology. Specifically, I examine under which circumstances social media use brings benefits or amplifies risks in relation to adolescents' mental health. I graduated in Psychology from Erasmus University Rotterdam and subsequently attended an MSc in Psychological Research at the University of Oxford.
I am in the middle of my PhD at the department of psychiatry, Erasmus MC. My research is on trauma and its psychopathological consequences, specifically focusing on adolescents. I also care deeply about open science and its practical implications for better scientific inference.
I am a Dutchified Iranian and Community Guardian. My motto in life is “Sharing is Power”. I am also pursuing a part-time PhD at Rotterdam School of Management on Scaling the Impact of Cross-Sector Partnerships. I run my own company supporting organizations building a coalition of unlikely allies to upscale their impact through a nexus synergistic model. I have developed this model based on my 20 years of work experience, PhD research, collaboration with political institutes and civil society organizations. My upbringing after the revolution and during the war as well as rebuilding my life in exile have also influenced the design of my synergistic model that I have called “Verbinding”, the Dutch term for inter-connectedness.
Georgina Aránzazu Dijkstra
I am a Psychology student with a double major in Philosophy at Erasmus University. I am very passionate both about open science and good research practices, as well as their philosophical foundations.
Neeltje van Haren