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Apr 2017 -         Postdoctoral Research Fellow

                          Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

                          Department of Environmental Medicine and

                          Public Health




Jan 2017            PhD in Developmental Psychology

                           Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands

Jan 2012            MS in Clinical Neuropsychology

                           Leiden University, the Netherlands

Dec 2011            MS (research) in Developmental Psychology (cum                            laude)

                           Leiden University, the Netherlands

Jun 2008            BS in Psychology (cum laude)

                           Leiden University, the Netherlands


Grants and Awards  

2018  Rubicon Fellowship (€134,764), Netherlands Organization           for Scientific Research (NWO). Title: Early-life manganese           exposure and substance use in adolescents: contribution of           the neural circuitry supporting self-control.

2018  Honest Company Children's Environmental Health Innovation           Grant ($50,000). Title: Prenatal metal and stress exposure and                the neural circuitry supporting internalizing behaviors in                            childhood: a multimodal neuroimaging study.

2017  Society for Neuroscience Trainee Professional Development                   award ($1300)

2017  International Society for Exposure Science travel award ($400) 

2015  Best Paper Award, 1st Prize (€300), Behavioural Science           Institute, Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. 

2014  Prins Bernhard Cultuurfondsbeurs [Prince                                        Bernhard Culturefund grant] (€10,000) to support lab                          visit (May-November 2015) to the Castellanos lab, Child Study           Center, New York University.

2014  SRA Emerging Scholar Student Travel Award ($200) 

2013  SRCD Student Travel Award ($300)