Martine Hoogman has a background in clinical neuropsychology (MSc, University of Amsterdam), and obtained her PhD by completing her thesis entitled ‘Imaging the effects of ADHD risk genes’ (Radboud University, Medical sciences, 2013).
She currently works as an assistant professor/ junior Principle Investigator (jPI) with a tenure track, at the department of Psychiatry and the department of Human Genetics, Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen. For almost 15 years she has been studying ADHD. She uses behavioral, cognition, brain and genetics studies to advance the field of ADHD.
She leads the largest international neuroimaging collaboration on ADHD, called ENIGMA-ADHD. Also, she leads a local study aimed at unraveling both the positive and deficient aspects of ADHD: IMPACT2-NL. In 2018, she was awarded the NWO Veni grant to study the link between creativity and ADHD. In 2020 she was awarded the ECNP rising star award, and in 2021 the KNAW early career award.
Her brother was diagnosed on and off with ADHD. He, and all the other patients she met during her studies, are her inspiration to learn more about ADHD.
Babette Jakobi (GER) is a PhD student focusing on emotion regulation in adults with ADHD, and the relationship with the microbiom.
Han Fang (CHN) is a PhD student. She joined our lab on a CSC fellowship. Her project is aimed at unraveling the link between creativity and ADHD, and continues the work of the NWO-veni project of Martine.
Lessa Schippers is a cognitive neuroscience master student from the Radboud University. In her master internship she aims to quantify strengths in ADHD.
Femke Heddema is a student medical biology from the University of Leiden. Her project is aimed at unraveling the role of dopaminergic genes in the relationship between ADHD and creativity.
Feline van Agten is a cognitive neuroscience master student from the Radboud University. She will study the relationship between brain, creativity and ADHD.
Nam Phuong Le is a first year master student medical biology from the Radboud University. She will review existing literature on strengths in ADHD and ASD.
Rowen Riezebos, bachelor student Medicine, Radboud University. She will study creativity, ADHD and schoolperformance.
Lisa Horstman is a research assistant in our lab. She works on the ENIGMA-ADHD, IMpACT-NL and ECNP ADHD across the life span projects.
Former members (PhD students)
Zhaomin Wu (CHN) is a PhD-student who graduated in 2020. Her dissertation entitled ‘The functional and structural brain alterations in ADHD and their genetic correlates‘ can be found here
Marjolein van Donkelaar is a PhD-student who graduated in 2018. Her dissertation entitled ‘Genetic and neurobiological mechanisms underlying aggression subtypes‘ and can be found here. She is now a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for psycholinguistics.
Marten Onnink is a PhD-student who graduated in 2016. His dissertation entitled ‘Understanding adult ADHD From genes to brain to behavior‘ and can be found here.
Maria Amato (ITA/NLD), PhD-student.
Former members (bachelor and master students)
Tim Bosman, master student Wageningen University.
Charlotte Jonker, master student cognitive neuroscience, Radboud University.
Victoria Trindade Pons (BRA), master student biomedical sciences, Radboud University. She is now a PhD student at the UMCG in Groningen.
Abel Schoonderwaldt, bachelor student medicine, Radboud University
Clara Grabitz (GER), master student cognitive neuroscience, Radboud University.
Former members (Research Assistants)