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Associate Professor in Neuroinformatics, Radboud University

For us to function as humans our memories are crucial, but we do not want to remember everything in every little detail but instead we need to extract key information enabling us to deal with future events. This processing of memories – highlighting important events, extracting overlapping, salient information and deleting unnecessary data – is probably one of the main reasons why we need to sleep. In my group, we are interested in sleep and memory processes in mice, rats and humans; using molecular, electrophysiology, functional MRI and behavioral approaches to investigate these mechanisms in health and disease.


  • –present
    Assistant Professor in Neuroinformatics, Radboud University