Research projects

To get an impression of ongoing and completed research projects in my group, I have provided short descriptions and links to papers resulting from these projects. An overview of all papers I (co-)authored is provided on my University web page and Google Scholar.

Completed projects

DiPAR: Diagnosing Parkinson’s Disease by neuromuscular function evaluation (Esther Smits, defense 2016)

Diagnosis and imaging of essential and other tremors (Madelein van der Stouwe, defense 2015)

A non-unitary view of aging: Behavioral and neural variability during working memory performance in younger and older adults (Emi Saliasi, defense 2014)

Functional connectivity of the primary somatosensory cortex and its role during action observation (Nikola Valchev, defense 2014)

Images of healthy aging : functional brain networks and selective attention(Linda Geerligs, defense 2014)

Organization of initiation and inhibition of movement in Parkinson’s disease(Carolien Toxopeus, defense 2012)

The spread of muscle fiber conduction velocity: increasing scope and usability(Fiete Lange, defense 2009)

Cervical dystonia: Abnormal cerebral activation patterns related to preparation and execution of hand movement (Paulien de Vries, defense 2008)

Multichannel EEG: towards applications in clinical neurology (Wilma van de Wassenberg, defense 2008)

Multichannel EEG visualization (Michael ten Caat, defense 2008)

Biochemical and neurophysiological parameters of acute brain injury (Jan Willem Elting, defense 2008)

Duchenne muscular dystrophy: quantification of muscular parameters and prednisone therapy (Martijn Beenakker, defense 2005)