Last Friday, during the Summer Ceremony, the Wieringa-Rengerink PhD prize was awarded to our alumna Hanna van Loo for the best University of Groningen dissertation of the year.
Hanna's thesis concerns the intersection of psychiatry and philosophy of science. Faculty member Jan-Willem Romeijn was one of her supervisors. Her dissertation
Data-driven subtypes of major depressive disorder was supervised by Robert Schoevers, Peter de Jonge and Jan-Willem Romeijn.
Hanna van Loo studied philosophy and medicine and now works at the Department of Psychiatry of the UMCG as a medical doctor and a researcher.
This article was published by the Faculty of Philosophy.
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