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VENI for Laura Bringmann

16 July 2019
Dr. Laura Bringmann
Dr. Laura Bringmann

Laura Bringmann receives een VENI grant for her project Changing networks: New models to detect changes in psychiatric disorders

To better understand how patients progress into and out of a disorder it’s important to study networks of symptoms. Existing network models are static and can’t change over time, but the networks of symptoms do. Bringmann aims to develop a network model that can change over time.

Bringmann is one of 13 researchers that have been awarded a Veni grant. VENI grants are intended for researchers who have recently gained a PhD and have significant and original talent for innovative research. The grant is up to € 250,000 and offers these young researchers the chance to develop their ideas over the next three years.

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