I am the co-founder of Clinical Science Systems, and studied Medicine in Leiden and Applied Physics in Delft. In 2000, I got my PhD in Applied Physics from Delft, and registered as a clinical neurologist.
I’m heading the department of Clinical Neurophysiology of the Medisch Spectrum Twente, a large teaching hospital, and I chair Clinical Neurophysiology (CNPH) at the University of Twente (utwente.nl).
My research involves the pathophysiology of epilepsy, ischaemia, brain monitoring in the ICU, and fundamentals of EEG generation.
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