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.