Martine Hoogman: Principle investigator
I have a background in clinical neuropsychology (MSc, University of Amsterdam), and obtained my PhD by completing my thesis entitled ‘Imaging the effects of ADHD risk genes’ (Radboud University, Medical sciences).
I currently work as a junior group leader at the Department of Human Genetics, Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, the Netherlands in the lab of Professor Barbara Franke. For more than 14 years I have been studying ADHD, looking at behavior/cognition, the brain and genes, and how they are associated with ADHD.
I lead the largest international neuroimaging collaboration on ADHD, called ENIGMA-ADHD. Also, I lead a local study aimed at unraveling both the positive and deficient sides of ADHD: IMPACT2-NL. In 2018, I was awarded the NWO Veni grant to study the link between creativity and ADHD.
My brother was diagnosed on and off with ADHD. He, and all the other patients I met during my studies, are my inspiration to learn more about ADHD.
Babette Jakobi: PhD student
Zhaomin Wu: PhD student
Tim Bosman: Master student
Charlotte Jonker: Master student
Victoria Trindade Pons: Master student
Priscilla Vlaming: Research Assistant
Abel Schoonderwaldt: Master student
Marjolein van Donkelaar: PhD student
Marten Onnink: PhD student
Clara Grabitz: Master student
Maria Amato; PhD student
Myriam Loffler: Research Assistant
Sophie Brouwer: Research Assistant