Eline van Lieshout, PhD

Eline obtained her PhD with a thesis titled “Neurorehabilitation for upper limb recovery after stroke. The use of non-invasive brain stimulation.” Her research focused mainly on a clinical trial to improve upper limb recovery after stroke using transcranial magnetic stimulation. She used a variety of outcome measurements: motor function tests, neurophysiological tests, MRI scans, activity and participation outcomes and qualitative interviews.

Pascal Wijnen

Undergrad student from the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht.

Denise Peeters

Master student in Biology of Disease, Utrecht University.

Leire Iglesias Cabeza

Master student in Biology of Disease, Utrecht University.

Michel Sinke, PhD

Michel obtained his PhD with a thesis titled “MRI-based Measurement of Structural and Functional Connectivity in Health and Disease”. His research focussed mainly on structural and functional connectivity alterations after stroke, for which we used diffusion-MRI based tractography, resting-state functional connectivity and network analysis techniques, such as classical graph analysis, minimum spanning trees (MSTs) and Bayesian exponential random graph models (bERGMs).

Tessa Roelofs, PhD

Tessa obtained her PhD with a thesis titled “Characterization and manipulation of feeding-related neural circuits”.

Thomas Bonnard, PhD

Thomas worked as a post-doc in the CONTRAST program.

Nelia van Dijk

Undergrad student from the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht.

Samantha van Brakel

Undergrad student from the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht.

Romain Goulay, PhD

Romain worked as a post-doc in the SNOWBALL project.

Umesh Rudrapatna, PhD

Umesh obtained his PhD with a thesis titled “Acquisition, estimation, and interpretation of diffusion- and relaxation-based cerebral MRI contrasts”.

Erwin Blezer, PhD

Arend Hamming, PhD

Julia Boonzaier

Antoin de Weijer, PhD

Pavel Yanev

Lisette Deddens, PhD

Lisette obtained her PhD with a thesis titled “Molecular MRI of neurovascular inflammation and angiogenesis”.

Mark Bouts, PhD

Kajo van der Marel, PhD

Raoul Oude Engberink, PhD

Ivo Tiebosch, PhD

Jet van der Zijden, PhD