I started the MBCS cognitive neuroscience track in 2010. Since day one, I have always remained closely connected to the master programme, staff, teachers, students and alumni, because it’s an amazing programme with wonderful people.
After a postdoctoral experience at the LACDR (currently Leiden Academic Centre for Drug Research), aimed to study the behavioral consequences for cognition of gene knockdown using RNA interference, I joined the Neuroscience Program of the ...
dr. Harm Krugers
dr. Jelle Zuidema
'I continue to be fascinated by language and intelligence - how do we do know all those subtle rules of language, how come we sometimes find simple things so difficult, and at the same time carry out complex tasks effortlessly?'
dr. Romke Rouw
I teach the elective Cognition and Language Development, a fascinating course, because it brings together different disciplines (cognition, linguistics, neuroscience) and students from various backgrounds. I also sometimes guide Research Projects ...
prof. dr. Birte Forstmann
Birte teaches the course Introduction to neuroscientific methods and anatomy (INA).We are also currently setting up a new course called 'Advanced neuroscientific techniques'.
prof. dr. Henkjan Honing
Henkjan teaches the course How Music Works: Music Cognition. This course aims to identify the cognitive, biological and mechanistic underpinnings for music cognition as key ingredients of musicality, to assess to what extent these are unique to ...