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.
Matthijs Warrens has been promoted to adjunct professor at the UG. In his current research he investigates the school careers of students in primary and secondary education.
President of the Board of the University Jouke de Vries and Professor Arie Dijkstra will both give a speech during the Bevrijdingsfestival (Liberation Day festival) in Groningen.
Why do sexuality and gender continue to be such sensitive topics within our society? Research by Laura Baams
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