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KNAW honors 6 proposals from pilot fund ‘Science Communication: Appreciated!’22nd April 2021
Six submissions from Tilburg University to the KNAW pilot fund 'Science Communication by Scientists: Appreciated!’ have been awarded. TiSEM, TSB and TLS each have been awarded two proposals. 'Appreciated!' is meant for ongoing science communication projects being carried out by teams of scientists. Each team receives €10,000 and should consist of at least three scientists.
Data science helps to organize care for severe psychiatric patients more efficiently22nd April 2021
The complexity of problems that people with severe psychiatric conditions, such as psychoses, fase, makes the care for these patients difficult to design. Especially combined with long waiting lists and shortages of personnel in menthal healthcare. Routine Outcome Monitoring (ROM) can help to organize mental healthcare more efficiently, is evident Sascha Kwakernaak's docoral research, which she defends on April 30 at Tilburg University.
Marion van den Heuvel nominated for Science Talent 2021 Award20th April 2021
Tilburg scientist Marion van den Heuvel has been nominated as the New Scientist Science Talent 2021. She receives this nomination for her innovative research into the growth and development of the baby brain in the womb and shortly afterwards. With your vote she can win this title!
Institutes/Academic Collaborative Centers Tranzo
13:30 - 14:30
PhD Defense T.J.T.M. van Laarhoven MSc
Electrophysiological markers of predictive coding in multisensory integration and autism spectrum disorder
13:30 - 15:00
PhD Defense S. Kwakernaak MSc
Routine outcome monitoring to improve mental healthcare practice for patients with severe mental illness; insights from a micro, meso and macro perspective
To be announced
European Group of Process Tracing Studies (EGPROC) annual meeting 2021
The European Group of Process Tracing Studies (EGPROC) annual meeting 2021 focuses on process tracing in judgment and decision making research. We aim to invite speakers to discuss merits and challenges of different process tracing tools, and the future potential lying in their integration. Current work relating to human decision makers introduced by researchers from diverse backgrounds and career levels will be discussed.