PhD fellow conducting empirical research on the neurobiology of mental health problems in childhood and adolescence (i) to identify biotypes of disorders based on brain structure and connectivity with machine learning approaches and, (ii) based on repeated measurements, to characterize brain and symptom developmental trajectories
Acquiring training in epidemiological methods, biostatistics, and programming languages
Dall’Aglio L., Muka T., Cecil C.A.M., Bramer W.M., Verbiest M.P.J., Nano J., Cortes Hildalgo A., Franco O.H. & Tiemeier H. (2018). The role of epigenetic modifications in neurodevelopmental disorders: A systematic review. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 94, 17-30. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neubiorev.2018.07.011
Together with Elisabet Blok and Samuel Westwood, I am a co-founder of the Rotterdam R.I.O.T. Science Club, a scientific community providing training on how to perform Reproducible, Interpretable, Open, Transparent Science. Seminars occur monthly and are open to scientists, students, clinicians, as well as the public. The Rotterdam RIOTs are a collaboration with King's College London, where the RIOT science club was funded by Dr Westwood, and are now part of the Open Science Community in Rotterdam (OSCR). Find out more by clicking below!