The Neurological and Neuropsychological Sequelae of COVID-19 (NeNeSCo)
I work as a PhD student at the department of Psychiatry and Neuropsychology, School for Mental Health and Neuroscience. I obtained my bachelor’s degree in psychology and research master’s degree in cognitive and clinical neuroscience at Maastricht University. As part of the Expertisecentrum Hersenletsel Limburg (EHL) I now research acquired brain injury, focussing on brain damage associated with COVID-19 and potential therewith associated neuropsychological deficits. My research is supported by the Hersenstichting.
The effect of the COVID-19 crisis on economic and social preferences
Jona Linde is a behavioral economist working as an assistant professor in the department of Microeconomics and Public Economics of Maastricht University. He studies peoples' decisions using laboratory and field experiments. His research focuses on individual decision making, especially decisions under risk, social preferences and libertarian paternalism.
The impact of COVID-19 on hospital workers' mental health and sustainable employability
Dr. Bram Fleuren works as Assistant Professor at the department of Work and Social Psychology. His main research interests are in the direction of sustainable employability in general and specifically among healthcare workers, recovery from work, fatigue, psychometrics, and burnout. Bram is currently co-leading (with Daan Westra from FHML) the Improvise Adapt Overwork project on how hospitals adapted to COVID-19 and what the effects of these adaptations on the work and sustainable employability of hospital workers are (about which he will present).
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